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1:10 PM ET, October 10, 2018


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Ronald Blum / Associated Press:
Red Sox hold off Yanks in Game 4, face Astros in ALCS  —  The Red Sox move on to the ALCS to face the Houston Astros in a matchup of clubs with MLB's two best regular-season records.  —  NEW YORK (AP) — Craig Kimbrel and the Boston Red Sox held off the Yankees' ninth-inning rally that ended …
Mike Fitzpatrick / Toronto Sun:
Home for good: Yankees eliminated by rival Red Sox in ALDS  —  NEW YORK (AP) Aaron Judge and the New York Yankees couldn't wait to get back home.  —  Now, that's exactly where they're staying.  —  CC Sabathia became the latest pitcher to put New York in an early hole as rookie manager …
Discussion: MLB Baseball News …
Yankees' CC Sabathia critical of umpire Angel Hernandez after loss  —  Umpire Angel Hernandez — who had four plays reviewed at first base in the first four innings of Game 3 on Monday night, three of which were overturned — didn't get any better Tuesday night, at least not as far as one New York Yankees player was concerned.
Coley Harvey / ESPN:
After elimination, Yankees reflect on season and look ahead to 2019  —  NEW YORK — As he stood in the middle of the New York Yankees' clubhouse, a glossy-eyed Brett Gardner summed up the feelings that lingered in the dry air late Tuesday night.  —  “It's just tough right now,” the 35-year-old outfielder said, pausing.
Ted Berg / USA Today:
After disappointing end to 2018, where do the Yankees go from here?  —  NEW YORK — The Yankees' 2018 campaign ended in indignity on Tuesday night as the Red Sox celebrated an ALCS berth at Yankee Stadium after the Bombers' too-little, too-late comeback effort against Craig Kimbrel in the ninth died on an infield dribbler.
Red Sox blast ‘New York, New York’ after eliminating Yankees  —  The Boston Red Sox can “Name That Tune” in one note, or so it seems, as they had the last word in musical taunting after knocking the New York Yankees out of the postseason in front of the home crowd at Yankee Stadium.
Jesse Yomtov / USA Today:
Should the Red Sox be worried about Craig Kimbrel?  —  They won 108 games in the regular season and then blasted past their rivals in the ALDS, but the Boston Red Sox certainly have cause for concern heading into the league championship series against the Houston Astros.
David Schoenfield / ESPN:
Red Sox advance to ALCS after dramatic bottom of the 9th  —  NEW YORK — Boston Red Sox fans don't have any fingernails left after a stomach-churning bottom of the ninth, but their team is moving on the American League Championship Series.  —  The winningest team in Red Sox franchise history held …
Scott Boeck / USA Today:   Yankees' CC Sabathia calls umpire Angel Hernandez ‘terrible’ after ALDS Game 4
Kristie Ackert / New York Daily News:   J.A. Happ is available out of the bullpen Tuesday, and Yankees are leaning toward Masahiro Tanaka …
Associated Press:   MLB announces schedule for Games 1 and 2 of ALCS
Rob Bradford / WEEI:
The story behind Chris Sale pitching in Game 4
Scott Chiusano / New York Daily News:   Red Sox blast ‘New York, New York’ and pop champagne in visitors' clubhouse, clapping back at Aaron Judge and Yankees
Danny Knobler / Bleacher Report:
Overmatched Yankees End Season with Shortcomings Everywhere Against the Red Sox
Discussion: and ESPN
Daily Record:   Aaron Boone catches heat from Twitter for leaving CC Sabathia in as Yankees trail Red Sox
Alex Bregman annoyed Astros played three day games during ALDS
Discussion: MLB Baseball News … and
Hayden Bird / Boston Globe:
Joe Torre on what he regrets from 2004, friendship with Bill Belichick, and how he's received in Boston
Discussion: and CBS Boston
Coley Harvey / ESPN:   Aaron Hicks returns to lineup for Yankees; Brock Holt sits for Red Sox
Jesse Rogers / ESPN:
How an 0-for-45 slump shaped Craig Counsell's managerial career  —  MILWAUKEE — It was right around the time current Milwaukee Brewers manager Craig Counsell was in a record 0-for-45 streak at the plate that he was approached by general manager Doug Melvin about his post-playing career plans.
Burgers and Brew(ers): Wisconsin restaurant ready to dish out free burgers if Brewers win 12 straight  —  A Wisconsin burger chain restaurant is gearing up for another big giveaway if the Milwaukee Brewers can open the National League Championship Series with another win.
Todd Rosiak / USA Today:
Brewers offense will be tested by Clayton Kershaw in Game 1 of NLCS
Discussion: Beyond the Box Score
Atlanta Journal-Constitution:
Which Braves position players should return in 2019?  —  The Atlanta Braves got younger as the 2018 season progressed.  —  The average age of players on the active roster on Opening Day was 29.  On the final day of the season the average age was 27.  —  On May 1 in New York …
Atlanta Journal-Constitution:   Which Braves pitchers should return in 2019?
Anthony Fenech / Detroit Free Press:
Moments to remember from the Detroit Tigers' 2018 season  —  We unearthed thousands of Free Press photo negatives and one sports writer's score book to tell the tale of baseball's greats.  “Bless you, boys.”  Brian Kaufman, Detroit Free Press  —  CONNECT
Discussion: Bless You Boys
Tom Haudricourt / USA Today:
Brewers showed you can have constant flux in starting rotation and still play in October  —  When the Milwaukee Brewers advanced to the National League Championship Series in 2011, they had remarkable stability in their starting rotation that teams seldom enjoy.
Mark Gonzales / Chicago Tribune:
4 offseason questions for the Cubs about their catchers  —  Photos of Cubs catcher Willson Contreras.  —  Chicago Tribune  —  This is the third in a series of a position-by-position analyses about the Cubs entering the offseason.  —  Next up: Catching  —  Contreras' premature excitement …
Bill Dow / Detroit Free Press:
Mickey Lolich's epic World Series wins still turn heads, 50 years later  —  We unearthed thousands of Free Press photo negatives and one sports writer's score book to tell the tale of baseball's greats.  “Bless you, boys.”  Brian Kaufman, Detroit Free Press  —  CONNECT
Mark Gonzales / Chicago Tribune:
Javier Baez projected to receive $6 million raise in arbitration  —  Chicago Tribune  —  Cubs President Theo Epstein wasn't ready last week to say whether the team would invest heavily in the free-agent market amid speculation the Cubs could make a push for Bryce Harper or Manny Machado.
Discussion: Bleed Cubbie Blue
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Mike Puma / New York Post:
Tony La Russa called Mets and endorsed a manager candidate
Kristie Ackert / New York Daily News:
Late warmups aside, Luis Severino has not been a reliable ace in October, which means the Yankees need to find one
Nick Piecoro / Arizona Republic:
Every MLB team's regular season MVP
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Anthony Fenech / Detroit Free Press:
Broadcasters Rod Allen, Mario Impemba won't return to Detroit Tigers
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Gabriel Burns / Atlanta Journal-Constitution:
Braves expected to extend manager Brian Snitker's contract
Discussion: Talking Chop
Gabriel Burns / Atlanta Journal-Constitution:
Anibal Sanchez will continue playing, hopes to remain with Braves
Kristie Ackert / New York Daily News:
Yankees get Aaron Hicks back for ALDS elimination game, Red Sox sit Brock Holt after historic cycle

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