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7:25 AM ET, October 11, 2021


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Todd Rosiak / USA Today:
Freddy Peralta dreamed about playing in the playoffs as a youngster.  Now, he's starting Game 3 of the NLDS vs. the Atlanta Braves.  —  ATLANTA - Freddy Peralta remembers growing up as a youngster in Moca, Dominican Republic and watching big-time baseball games on TV.
Bradford Doolittle / ESPN:
Atlanta Braves' Max Fried stays hot, evens NLDS with nine-strikeout gem  —  MILWAUKEE — In a series chock full of dominant starting pitching, it's hard to stand out.  But Atlanta's Max Fried did just that on Saturday, and with his latest gem, the Braves are headed home with a split.
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JR Radcliffe / USA Today:
For 13 years, the Braves were a Milwaukee institution.  Now, the franchise will face the Brewers in the playoffs  —  On May 20, 1965, Bob Buege and five other University of Wisconsin students crammed into a vehicle and made the trip east to Milwaukee for perhaps the saddest baseball game Buege ever saw in person.
Discussion: MLB Baseball News …
Bob Nightengale / USA Today:
Dodgers remind Giants how powerful they can be in October  —  SAN FRANCISCO — It was a cold, ruthless reminder of just how powerful the Los Angeles Dodgers are in October.  —  They put on a clinic Saturday evening, for the San Francisco Giants and their fans to see, showing they're exactly …
Associated Press:
San Francisco Giants pitcher Tyler Rogers' twin brother confuses fans at NLDS Game 1  —  An out-of-place Twin has been drawing double takes at the National League Division Series between the Los Angeles Dodgers and San Francisco Giants.  —  Minnesota reliever Taylor Rogers was at Oracle Park …
Discussion: MLB Baseball News …
Bob Nightengale / USA Today:
Logan Webb masterful in first postseason start, Giants beat rival Dodgers in NLDS Game 1  —  SAN FRANCISCO — They kept jumping up and down Friday night, stomping their feet, screaming, “Beat LA!  Beat LA, Beat LA!” until their lungs burned, snapping pictures of the centerfield videoboard for posterity.
Discussion: MLB Baseball News …
The Athletic:
Cubs president Jed Hoyer narrows search for next GM as finalists emerge  —  Cubs president of baseball operations Jed Hoyer is in the final stages of his search for a general manager, narrowing his focus on external candidates with strong backgrounds in player development, multiple sources told The Athletic.
Daily Breeze:
Mayor calls for investigation regarding foul odor near the Dominguez Channel in Carson  —  Authorities on Friday continued their efforts to determine the source of a foul odor reported for several days near the Dominguez Channel in the Carson area.  —  A hazardous materials team was sent …
Discussion: Daily News
Derrick Goold / St. Louis Post-Dispatch:
Cardinals players praise ‘steadiness’ of Shildt's coaching staff, so will all of them be back for encore?  —  LOS ANGELES — In the throes of a season soggy with too many walks from the pitching staff and too inconsistent production from the lineup, the Cardinals' leadership had internal discussions …
Discussion: MLB Trade Rumors
Deesha Thosar / New York Daily News:
Mets have major decisions to make on their four big free agents  —  The Mets have important decisions looming on four key free agents, and it remains unclear which direction the team will go with so much uncertainty at the top of its baseball operations department.
Stephanie Apstein / Sports Illustrated:
Inside His Journey From Chicago to San Francisco  —  The public sees him as a cerulean-eyed Express model and perennial All-Star who led the Cubs to their first World Series title in 108 years.  He is also a father who has endured on-field struggles, a crisis of confidence and a devastating personal loss.
Boston Red Sox slugger J.D. Martinez (sprained left ankle) included on AL Division Series roster  —  ST. PETERSBURG.  Fla. — Slugger J.D. Martinez is on the Boston Red Sox roster but didn't play during a 5-0 loss in Game 1 of the American League Division Series against the Tampa Bay Rays.
Discussion: Associated Press
Autographed ‘Shoeless’ Joe Jackson photograph from 1911 sells for $1.47 million  —  A 1911 “Shoeless” Joe Jackson autographed photograph by Frank W. Smith sold for $1.47 million, the most ever paid for a signed sports photograph.  —  The photo was offered by Christie's and Hunt Auctions …
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