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Thu Oct 1812:55Eddie Rosario voted MVP of Twins for 2018José BerriosSPTwinsFree Agent
Jake CaveCFTwinsFree Agent
Kyle GibsonSPTwinsFree Agent
Max KeplerRFTwinsFree Agent
Joe Mauer1BTwinsFree Agent
Eddie RosarioLFTwinsFree Agent
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Left fielder Eddie Rosario has won the Calvin R. Griffith Award for the most valuable player of the Minnesota Twins in 2018, after batting .288 with 57 extra-base hits in 138 games.The honors, voted on by the Twin Cities chapter of the Baseball Writers Association of America, were announced Thursday. They'll be presented Jan. 24 at the annual Diamond Awards ceremony, the kickoff to TwinsFest and a benefit for research, education and care in brain, nerve and muscle disorders at the University of Minnesota .Other winners included Jose Berrios as best pitcher, outfielder Jake Cave as outstanding rookie, outfielder Max Kepler as best defensive player and pitcher Kyle Gibson as most improved. First baseman Joe Mauer won the Bob Allison Award for determination, hustle, tenacity, competitive spirit and leadership.___More AP baseball coverage: https://apnews.com/tag/MLB and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports
Thu Oct 1805:22LEADING OFF: Sale on hold, Astros under scrutiny, NLCS shiftCody Bellinger1BDodgersFree Agent
Wade MileySPBrewersFree Agent
David PriceSPRed SoxFree Agent
Hyun-Jin RyuSPDodgersFree Agent
Chris SaleSPRed SoxFree Agent
Justin VerlanderSPAstrosFree Agent
A look at what's happening around the majors today:SALE ON HOLDRed Sox ace Chris Sale was still feeling weak and trying to regain lost weight after a stomach illness forced him to spend a night in the hospital after he started the AL Championship Series opener against the Astros. Boston had hoped to start Sale in Game 5 on Thursday night, but instead will give him a couple extra days to recover while planning to pitch him in Game 6 on Saturday in Boston, if necessary. David Price will start in Sale's place Thursday night on three days' rest as the Red Sox try to win the pennant.Sale threw in the outfield for 10-15 minutes Wednesday before Game 4 in Houston, but manager Alex Cora said the lanky left-hander didn't throw a bullpen as planned.Boston leads the best-of-seven set 3-1 and is one win from making its first trip to the World Series since winning the 2013 title. Game 1 winner Justin Verlander is scheduled to pitch for the Astros with their season on the line.DEFENDING CHAMPSThe As... [More]
Thu Oct 1803:52Sale not ready to pitch for Red Sox in Game 5 of ALCSDavid PriceSPRed SoxFree Agent
Chris SaleSPRed SoxFree Agent
HOUSTON (AP) — Boston Red Sox ace Chris Sale was still feeling weak Wednesday and won't start Game 5 of the AL Championship Series.Sale threw in the outfield for 10-15 minutes before Game 4 in Houston, but manager Alex Cora said the seven-time All-Star didn't throw a bullpen as planned. David Price will start Thursday night on three days' rest instead.Cora said Sale lost some weight because of a stomach illness that forced him to spend a night in the hospital after the lanky left-hander started the ALCS opener against the Astros."He's feeling better compared to yesterday, but physically he's not there yet," Cora said before Game 4. "So I think if necessary he'll pitch Game 6. He feels that he'll be ready for that one. And we'll go from there."With Price warming up in the bullpen in case he was needed in relief, the Red Sox held on for an 8-6 victory Wednesday night to take a 3-1 lead in the best-of-seven series. Game 6, if necessary, would be Saturday night in Boston.Dave Dombrowski,... [More]
Thu Oct 1803:32Cora guides Red Sox, inspires team back home in Puerto RicoJackie Bradley Jr.CFRed SoxFree Agent
Carlos CorreaSSAstrosFree Agent
David PriceSPRed SoxFree Agent
Christian VázquezCRed SoxFree Agent
Alex Cora spent this season rewarding the support of Jackie Bradley Jr., David Price and the rest of the Boston Red Sox organization with a record-breaking year and a run deep into the playoffs. The rookie manager's accomplishments go further than the baseball diamond, too.Having seen his homeland of Puerto Rico devastated by Hurricane Maria, Cora remains at the forefront of helping the island rebuild."It's been a year since the hurricane and Puerto Rico is still recovering. We all have families over there and we know that the situation remains difficult," Red Sox assistant general manager Eddie Romero said."Alex has that always in mind. I admire that. We are always talking about it. Hopefully, this can bring a little bit of relief to the people, that they have a Puerto Rican hero in such a big state, so important," he said.Cora has a lot of people rooting for him right now. His team is one win from reaching the World Series, leading Houston 3-1 in the AL Championship Series.Romero gre... [More]
Thu Oct 1803:21Fan interferes on possible Altuve HR in Astros 8-6 ALCS lossJosé Altuve2BAstrosFree Agent
Mookie BettsRFRed SoxFree Agent
George SpringerCFAstrosFree Agent
HOUSTON (AP) — Jose Altuve was sure he'd hit a tying home run for the Houston Astros in Game 4 of the AL Championship Series. He thought it was a double, at least, when he watched the ball ricochet back onto the field.Then, he saw the signal: He was out, and couldn't believe it.Altuve's potential homer was wiped away when umpire Joe West ruled that fans reaching for the ball interfered with Boston right fielder Mookie Betts attempting to make a leaping catch.Now Houston's chances to repeat as World Series champions are nearly out of reach after an 8-6 loss Wednesday night that put the Red Sox ahead 3-1 in the best-of-seven matchup."I normally don't get mad at the umpire's call. That one, I was a little upset," Altuve said. "All of a sudden, it wasn't even a double, it was an out. Two runs the game ended up ... that make me a little bit more upset."Denied Altuve's two-run drive in the first inning, the Astros wound up falling two runs short."That's just a tough call right now," said H... [More]
Thu Oct 1803:12Cora guides Red Sox, inspires team back home in Puerto RicoJackie Bradley Jr.CFRed SoxFree Agent
Carlos CorreaSSAstrosFree Agent
David PriceSPRed SoxFree Agent
Christian VázquezCRed SoxFree Agent
Alex Cora spent this season rewarding the support of Jackie Bradley Jr., David Price and the rest of the Boston Red Sox organization with a record-breaking year and a run deep into the playoffs. The rookie manager's accomplishments go further than the baseball diamond, too.Having seen his homeland of Puerto Rico devastated by Hurricane Maria, Cora remains at the forefront of helping the island rebuild."It's been a year since the hurricane and Puerto Rico is still recovering. We all have families over there and we know that the situation remains difficult," Red Sox assistant general manager Eddie Romero said."Alex has that always in mind. I admire that. We are always talking about it. Hopefully, this can bring a little bit of relief to the people, that they have a Puerto Rican hero in such a big state, so important," he said.Cora has a lot of people rooting for him right now. His team is one win from reaching the World Series, leading Houston 3-1 in the AL Championship Series.Romero gre... [More]
Thu Oct 1802:22Fan interferes on possible Altuve HR in Astros 8-6 ALCS lossJosé Altuve2BAstrosFree Agent
Mookie BettsRFRed SoxFree Agent
Jackie Bradley Jr.CFRed SoxFree Agent
Alex Bregman3BAstrosFree Agent
Josh JamesSPAstrosFree Agent
Tony Kemp2BAstrosFree Agent
Craig KimbrelRPRed SoxFree Agent
Roberto OsunaRPAstrosFree Agent
Josh ReddickRFAstrosFree Agent
George SpringerCFAstrosFree Agent
Justin VerlanderSPAstrosFree Agent
HOUSTON (AP) — Jose Altuve was denied a potential two-run homer in the first inning for the Houston Astros in Game 4 of the AL Championship Series after fans reaching for the ball interfered with Mookie Betts' attempt to make a leaping catch.Now Houston's chances to repeat as World Series champion are nearly out of reach.The Astros recovered from that early gut punch to take the lead — including homers by George Springer and Tony Kemp well over that same right field wall. But Jackie Bradley Jr. homered for the second night in a row for the Boston Red Sox in an 8-6 victory Wednesday, putting them up 3-1 in the best-of-seven series.Houston has lost three in a row since winning the series opener 7-2 at Fenway Park on Saturday night.Justin Verlander, 6-1 in eight postseason games for Houston, including a win in Game 1 of this ALCS, starts Thursday night with the season on the line.After Boston scored twice in the first inning for the second night in a row, it appeared the Astros might ... [More]
Thu Oct 1801:51Sale not ready to pitch for Red Sox in Game 5 of ALCSDavid PriceSPRed SoxFree Agent
Chris SaleSPRed SoxFree Agent
HOUSTON (AP) — Boston Red Sox ace Chris Sale was still feeling weak Wednesday and won't start Game 5 of the AL Championship Series.Sale threw in the outfield for 10-15 minutes before Game 4 in Houston, but manager Alex Cora said he didn't throw a bullpen session as planned. David Price will start Thursday instead.Cora said the lanky lefty ace was still feeling weak and had lost some weight because of a stomach illness that forced him to spend a night in a hospital after he started the ALCS opener against the Astros."He's feeling better compared to yesterday, but physically he's not there yet," Cora said before Game 4. "So I think if necessary he'll pitch Game 6. He feels that he'll be ready for that one. And we'll go from there."The Red Sox got an 8-6 win in Game 4 on Wednesday night to take a 3-1 lead in the best-of-seven series. Game 6, if necessary, would be Saturday night in Boston.Dave Dombrowski, the team's president of baseball operations, said Sale told him that "he's fine an... [More]
Thu Oct 1801:42Fan interferes on possible Altuve HR in Astros 8-6 ALCS lossJosé Altuve2BAstrosFree Agent
Mookie BettsRFRed SoxFree Agent
Jackie Bradley Jr.CFRed SoxFree Agent
Alex Bregman3BAstrosFree Agent
Josh JamesSPAstrosFree Agent
Tony Kemp2BAstrosFree Agent
Craig KimbrelRPRed SoxFree Agent
Roberto OsunaRPAstrosFree Agent
Josh ReddickRFAstrosFree Agent
George SpringerCFAstrosFree Agent
Justin VerlanderSPAstrosFree Agent
HOUSTON (AP) — Jose Altuve was denied a potential two-run homer in the first inning for the Houston Astros in Game 4 of the AL Championship Series after fans reaching for the ball interfered with Mookie Betts' attempt to make a leaping catch.Now Houston's chances to repeat as World Series champion are nearly out of reach.The Astros recovered from that early gut punch to take the lead — including homers by George Springer and Tony Kemp well over that same right field wall. But Jackie Bradley Jr. homered for the second night in a row for the Boston Red Sox in an 8-6 victory Wednesday, putting them up 3-1 in the best-of-seven series.Houston has lost three in a row since winning the series opener 7-2 at Fenway Park on Saturday night.Justin Verlander, 6-1 in eight postseason games for Houston, including a win in Game 1 of this ALCS, starts Thursday night with the season on the line.After Boston scored twice in the first inning for the second night in a row, it appeared the Astros might ... [More]
Wed Oct 1723:52LEADING OFF: Sale on hold, Astros under scrutiny, NLCS shiftCody Bellinger1BDodgersFree Agent
Joe KellyRPRed SoxFree Agent
Wade MileySPBrewersFree Agent
David PriceSPRed SoxFree Agent
Eduardo RodríguezSPRed SoxFree Agent
Hyun-Jin RyuSPDodgersFree Agent
Chris SaleSPRed SoxFree Agent
Justin VerlanderSPAstrosFree Agent
A look at what's happening around the majors Thursday:SALE ON HOLDRed Sox ace Chris Sale is still feeling weak and trying to regain lost weight after a stomach illness forced him to spend a night in the hospital after he started the ALCS opener against the Astros. Boston had hoped to start Sale in Game 5 on Thursday night, but instead will give him a couple extra days to recover while planning to pitch him in Game 6 on Saturday, if necessary.Sale threw in the outfield for 10-15 minutes Wednesday before Game 4 in Houston, but manager Alex Cora said the lanky left-hander didn't throw a bullpen as planned. Cora didn't announce a starter for Game 5, adding that decision would be dictated by the outcome of Game 4. Options include Game 2 starter David Price, Eduardo Rodriguez or Joe Kelly.Game 1 winner Justin Verlander is scheduled to pitch for the Astros.DEFENDING CHAMPSThe Astros are still under scrutiny, even after Major League Baseball absolved the World Series champions of any wrongdoin... [More]
Wed Oct 1723:11MLB says Astros doing surveillance, not spying in dugoutsTrevor BauerSPIndiansFree Agent
Mike ClevingerSPIndiansFree Agent
Lance McCullersSPAstrosFree Agent
Collin McHughSPAstrosFree Agent
CLEVELAND (AP) — The Houston Astros didn't cheat. They didn't want to get cheated.That's their story, and Major League Baseball agrees.Following an investigation into two incidents this postseason, MLB said that the defending World Series champions were conducting surveillance — not spying — when a credentialed Astros employee was pointing his cellphone into the opposing dugouts during playoff games in Cleveland and Boston.The Indians filed a complaint following Game 3 of the AL Division Series after the employee was observed aiming his phone into their dugout and taking pictures or video. A few days later, the same man was ejected from an area in Fenway Park during Game 1 of the ALCS.According to a person familiar with the situation, the Red Sox had been warned ahead of the series about the Astros employee, who was near Cleveland's dugout for several innings on Oct. 8 before he was removed by security. That person spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because o... [More]
Wed Oct 1722:41After Counsell uses Miley as decoy, Brewers 'pen cracks lateAustin BarnesCDodgersFree Agent
Cody Bellinger1BDodgersFree Agent
Corbin BurnesSPBrewersFree Agent
Lorenzo CainCFBrewersFree Agent
Clayton KershawSPDodgersFree Agent
Erik KratzCBrewersFree Agent
Manny MachadoSSDodgersFree Agent
Wade MileySPBrewersFree Agent
Max Muncy1BDodgersFree Agent
Yasiel PuigRFDodgersFree Agent
Joakim SoriaRPBrewersFree Agent
Justin Turner3BDodgersFree Agent
Brandon WoodruffSPBrewersFree Agent
Christian YelichLFBrewersFree Agent
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Wade Miley threw just five pitches in Game 5 of the NL Championship Series before Milwaukee manager Craig Counsell emerged from the Dodger Stadium dugout and abruptly removed his starter.Oddly enough, five innings after this extraordinary bit of subterfuge, Counsell probably waited a bit too long to go to his bullpen again.Brandon Woodruff pitched 5 1/3 innings of highly unusual relief against the Dodgers on Wednesday, but he also gave up Max Muncy's tiebreaking RBI single in the sixth inning of Los Angeles' 5-2 victory.Counsell has used his bullpen liberally and unconventionally throughout the Brewers' remarkable season, and this particular gambit yielded mixed results.All the results aren't in yet, either: After walking leadoff hitter Cody Bellinger and then leaving Game 5, Miley will start Game 6 in Milwaukee on Friday when the Brewers attempt to avoid elimination."Look, they're trying to get matchups, we're trying to get matchups," Counsell said. "They're a ver... [More]
Wed Oct 1722:31Fan interference wipes out possible homer for Altuve in ALCSJosé Altuve2BAstrosFree Agent
Mookie BettsRFRed SoxFree Agent
Rafael Devers3BRed SoxFree Agent
Tony Kemp2BAstrosFree Agent
Josh ReddickRFAstrosFree Agent
George SpringerCFAstrosFree Agent
HOUSTON (AP) — Jose Altuve was denied a potential two-run homer for the Houston Astros in Game 4 of the AL Championship Series when umpires ruled at least one fan interfered with Mookie Betts' attempt at a leaping catch above the right-field wall Wednesday night.Crew chief Joe West, working the right-field line at Minute Maid Park, signaled fan interference after the Boston Red Sox outfielder was unable to make the grab and the ball ricocheted back onto the field.The call stood after a replay review that lasted 3 minutes, 13 seconds. Altuve was ruled out and teammate George Springer was sent back to first base.A fan wearing an orange Astros jersey, who identified himself as Troy Caldwell, insisted he wasn't reaching out over the yellow line atop the 7-foot-high fence when the ball hit his hand."That ball was gone no matter what," said Caldwell, a lifelong Astros fan from Houston who now lives in Atlanta.While Betts didn't say anything to the fans, Caldwell said he immediately started... [More]
Wed Oct 1722:02Fan interference wipes out possible homer for Altuve in ALCSJosé Altuve2BAstrosFree Agent
Mookie BettsRFRed SoxFree Agent
Rafael Devers3BRed SoxFree Agent
George SpringerCFAstrosFree Agent
HOUSTON (AP) — Jose Altuve has been denied a potential two-run homer for the Houston Astros in Game 4 of the AL Championship Series when umpires ruled at least one fan interfered with Mookie Betts' attempt at a leaping catch above the right-field fence.Crew chief Joe West, working the right-field line Wednesday night at Minute Maid Park, signaled fan interference after the Boston Red Sox outfielder was unable to make the grab and the ball ricocheted back onto the field.The call stood after a replay review that lasted 3 minutes, 13 seconds. Altuve was ruled out and teammate George Springer was sent back to first base.A home run by Altuve would have tied the score at 2 in the first inning. Boston leads 2-1 in the best-of-seven series.Betts jumped and it appeared that fans reaching for the ball made contact with his glove as he extended it above the wall . The ball then glanced off the side of Betts' glove and touched fans reaching to catch it.Boston took a 2-0 lead in the top of the first on a two-run single by Rafael Devers.___More AP MLB: https://apnews.com/tag/MLB and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports
Wed Oct 1721:11After Counsell uses Miley as decoy, Brewers 'pen cracks lateAustin BarnesCDodgersFree Agent
Cody Bellinger1BDodgersFree Agent
Corbin BurnesSPBrewersFree Agent
Lorenzo CainCFBrewersFree Agent
Clayton KershawSPDodgersFree Agent
Manny MachadoSSDodgersFree Agent
Wade MileySPBrewersFree Agent
Max Muncy1BDodgersFree Agent
Yasiel PuigRFDodgersFree Agent
Joakim SoriaRPBrewersFree Agent
Justin Turner3BDodgersFree Agent
Brandon WoodruffSPBrewersFree Agent
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Wade Miley threw just five pitches in Game 5 of the NL Championship Series before Milwaukee manager Craig Counsell emerged from the dugout and abruptly removed his starter.Oddly enough, five innings after this extraordinary bit of subterfuge, Counsell probably waited a bit too long to go to his bullpen again.Brandon Woodruff pitched 5 1/3 innings of highly unusual relief against the Dodgers on Wednesday, but the right-hander gave up Max Muncy's tiebreaking RBI single in the sixth inning of Los Angeles' 5-2 victory to put the Brewers on the brink of playoff elimination.Counsell unveiled his latest creative usage of his bullpen at a pivotal point in the series, but it didn't stop the Brewers from losing for the third time in four games after a 12-game winning streak that propelled them deep into the postseason.A surprise bullpen game worked well, until it didn't.Woodruff escaped a first-inning jam and kept the Dodgers in check until the fifth, when he gave up Austin ... [More]
Wed Oct 1720:22MLB says Astros doing surveillance, not spying in dugoutsTrevor BauerSPIndiansFree Agent
Mike ClevingerSPIndiansFree Agent
Lance McCullersSPAstrosFree Agent
Collin McHughSPAstrosFree Agent
CLEVELAND (AP) — The Houston Astros didn't cheat. They didn't want to get cheated.That's their story, and Major League Baseball agrees.Following an investigation into two incidents this postseason, MLB said that the defending World Series champions were conducting surveillance — not spying — when a credentialed Astros employee was pointing his cellphone into the visitor's dugouts during playoff games in Cleveland and Boston.The Indians filed a complaint following Game 3 of the AL Division Series after the employee was observed aiming his phone into their dugout and taking pictures or video. A few days later, the same man was ejected from an area in Fenway Park during Game 1 of the ALCS.According to a person familiar with the situation, the Red Sox had been warned ahead of the series about the Astros employee, who was near Cleveland's dugout for several innings on Oct. 8 before he was removed by security. That person spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because ... [More]
Wed Oct 1720:22Sale not ready to pitch for Red Sox in Game 5 of ALCSJoe KellyRPRed SoxFree Agent
David PriceSPRed SoxFree Agent
Eduardo RodríguezSPRed SoxFree Agent
Chris SaleSPRed SoxFree Agent
HOUSTON (AP) — Boston Red Sox ace Chris Sale was still feeling weak Wednesday and won't start Game 5 of the AL Championship Series.Sale threw in the outfield for 10-15 minutes before Game 4 in Houston, but manager Alex Cora said he didn't throw a bullpen session as planned.Cora said the lanky lefty ace was still feeling weak and had lost some weight because of a stomach illness that forced him to spend a night in a hospital after he started the ALCS opener against the Astros."He's feeling better compared to yesterday, but physically he's not there yet," Cora said before Game 4. "So I think if necessary he'll pitch Game 6. He feels that he'll be ready for that one. And we'll go from there."The Red Sox took a 2-1 lead in the best-of-seven series into Wednesday night's game. Game 6, if necessary, would be Saturday night in Boston.Dave Dombrowski, the team's president of baseball operations, said Sale told him that "he's fine and he'll be ready to go on Saturday."Cora didn't announce a s... [More]
Wed Oct 1718:41Brewers pull Wade Miley after 1 batter in Game 5 subterfugeJesus Aguilar1BBrewersFree Agent
Cody Bellinger1BDodgersFree Agent
Lorenzo CainCFBrewersFree Agent
Clayton KershawSPDodgersFree Agent
Manny MachadoSSDodgersFree Agent
Wade MileySPBrewersFree Agent
Justin Turner3BDodgersFree Agent
Brandon WoodruffSPBrewersFree Agent
LOS ANGELES (AP) — The Milwaukee Brewers have pulled starting pitcher Wade Miley after he faced just one batter in Game 5 of the NL Championship Series.Milwaukee manager Craig Counsell unveiled his latest creative use of his bullpen Wednesday at a pivotal point.The left-handed Miley faced only Cody Bellinger in the first inning, walking the young slugger on five pitches.Counsell surprisingly emerged from the dugout and called for right-hander Brandon Woodruff to face the rest of a Los Angeles lineup featuring six right-handed batters.Fox Sports reported during its broadcast that a short start for Miley was the plan all along for Counsell, who had used his bullpen liberally and unconventionally throughout the Brewers' remarkable season.Miley will start Game 6 in Milwaukee on Friday.Miley was pitching on three days' rest in Game 5 after he made it into the sixth inning of Game 2 on Saturday. Counsell decided to give him a short workday in preparation for a longer start Friday.Woodruff ... [More]
Wed Oct 1718:32Sale not ready to pitch for Red Sox in Game 5 of ALCSChris SaleSPRed SoxFree Agent
HOUSTON (AP) — Boston Red Sox manager Alex Cora says lefty ace Chris Sale is still feeling weak and won't start in Game 5 of the AL Championship Series against Houston.Cora said before Game 4 on Wednesday that the lanky left-hander lost weight because of the stomach illness that led to him spending a night in a hospital after starting the ALCS opener. Sale started feeling ill right after the game and went to a hospital early Sunday morning.Sale rejoined the team Tuesday in Houston but hasn't yet thrown a bullpen session. The club hasn't specified the ailment or treatment, though Cora has said it was nothing serious.The Red Sox haven't announced a starter for Game 5 on Thursday night, and Cora says that decision will be dictated by the outcome of Game 4.Cora says Sale is feeling better and like he'd be ready for Game 6 in Boston on Saturday night, if necessary.___More AP MLB: https://apnews.com/tag/MLB and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports
Wed Oct 1718:01MLB says Astros not stealing signs in dugout incidentsTrevor BauerSPIndiansFree Agent
Mike ClevingerSPIndiansFree Agent
Lance McCullersSPAstrosFree Agent
Collin McHughSPAstrosFree Agent
CLEVELAND (AP) — Major League Baseball concluded the Houston Astros were not trying to steal signs when they had an employee monitor opposing dugouts during the postseason.The Cleveland Indians filed a complaint following Game 3 of the AL Division Series after the employee was observed aiming his cellphone into their dugout and taking pictures or video. Two people familiar with the situation said the Astros tried to get a second person next to the dugout after the employee was removed by security. The people spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the matter.The same employee was removed from an area near Boston's dugout before Game 1 of the ALCS.On Wednesday, MLB issued a statement saying its department of investigations determined "that an Astros employee was monitoring the field to ensure that the opposing club was not violating any rules."MLB has told all clubs still in the playoffs "to refrain from these types of efforts."Prior to th... [More]
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