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How the Yankees' Advanced Youth Development Keyed Their ALCS Game 5 win over Astros
Sports Illustrated
While the seasoned Astros flail in their at-bats, the youthful Yankees have the look of a mature, developed unit ready to win the World Series this season. Game 5 was the latest proof. By Tom Verducci. October 19, 2017. NEW YORK — The idea that the ...
Dominant starting pitching driving Yankees' postseason runESPN (blog)
Power trio of Aaron Judge, Gary Sanchez and Greg Bird pushes Yankees to brink of World Series berthNew York Daily News
The Yankee Greeter: Judge always the last man off for -New York Post -Bleacher Report -USA TODAY
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Game 4 changed NLCS for the Cubs and Dodgers, maybe more than you think
CHICAGO -- Down 3-0 in the best-of-7 NLCS and on the brink, the Cubs powered their way to a tense 3-2 victory against the Dodgers in Game 4 on Wednesday, thus handing Los Angeles its first loss of the postseason. That means the Cubs will play at least ...
Dodgers' missed sweep gives Clayton Kershaw chance to close out the CubsESPN (blog)
The Javier Baez Show Arrives To Save the Cubs in their NLCS Game 4 win over the DodgersSports Illustrated
Why the Cubs can't come back against the DodgersWashington Post -Chicago Tribune (blog) -Los Angeles Times
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Joel Embiid and Sixers tip off next stage of The Process
WASHINGTON -- Joel Embiid arrived for the Philadelphia 76ers opener with fresh braids, a bona fide front line and, finally, the good health of teammates to match his 7-foot 'tude. The most charismatic and crazy, young talent in the NBA today took part ...
Gameday Live: Astros at Yankees, Game 5
The Astros will try to rebound from Tuesday's night's 6-4 loss to the Yankees, in a game where they had a 4-0 lead in the seventh inning. Game 5 of the Astros-Yankees American League Championship Series, which is tied 2-2, begins at 4:08 p.m. Wednesday ...

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New York Post
Jeremy Lin leaves in tears in instant Nets nightmare
New York Post
The only questions now are: How badly? And will it scuttle a second straight Nets season? Lin suffered a right-knee injury late in Wednesday's 140-131 season-opening loss to the Pacers at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. Despite the defeat, the only image ...
NBA scores 2017: Giannis Antetokounmpo wants an MVP and 7 other things from WednesdaySB Nation

Joe Maddon ejected for second time in NLCS, umpire admits call was wrong
CHICAGO -- The plate umpire in Game 4 of the NLCS said he was "dead wrong" in overturning a call that saw Cubs manager Joe Maddon ejected for the second time in the series. With the Cubs leading 3-2 in the top of the eighth inning and a runner on first ...
Home-plate umpire Jim Wolf on controversial NLCS foul ball call: 'I was dead wrong'Chicago Tribune
Ump Admits He Was 'Dead Wrong' On Overturned CallSports Illustrated
Umpire Jim Wolf Admits He Blew Call on Curtis Granderson Swing vs. Cubs in NLCSBleacher Report -Deadspin -FanRag Sports (blog) -The Comeback
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Gordon Hayward unlikely to return this season after surgery on leg
BOSTON -- Celtics All-Star forward Gordon Hayward is unlikely to return during the 2017-18 season, his agent, Mark Bartelstein, told ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski. Hayward underwent surgery to repair a dislocated left ankle and a fractured tibia in Boston ...

Yahoo Sports
Giannis Antetokounmpo pulverized Aron Baynes and the Celtics
Yahoo Sports
Milwaukee Bucks forward Giannis Antetokounmpo dominated the Boston Celtics on Wednesday night. The “Greek Freak” honked as he sped by Al Horford on the perimeter. He gave Jaylen Brown a combination of finesse and powerful finishing moves.
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Terry Rozier admits Boston Celtics 'messed up on a lot of plays' during loss to Milwaukee
'Greek Freak' leads Bucks past Celtics, 108-100Bangor Daily News
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Pat Connaughton, Moe Harkless highlight Portland Trail Blazers' record-setting win over Phoenix Suns
PHOENIX -- The Portland Trail Blazers delivered one of the most dominant and decisive beat downs in franchise history Wednesday night, punking the Phoenix Suns 124-76 in a season-opening matchup at Talking Stick Resort Arena. The Blazers won by 48, ...