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11hSam Miller

Putting Yasmani Grandal's value in the proper frame

If you think Yasmani Grandal's biggest playoff contribution has been his NLCS long ball, you're looking at the Dodgers' catcher all wrong.

Andrew Miller inspired by Cavs win (0:36)
Russell's two-run HR pumps life into Cubs (0:41)
Who the heck is Ryan Merritt? (1:30)
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17hAndrew Marchand

It could be the end of an era for the Toronto Blue Jays

Back-to-back appearances in the ALCS put baseball back on the map in Toronto, but the team Jays fans fell in love with might not be the same next year.

LeBron has the Indians' back all the way to the World Series (1:27)
Szczur making an impact on and off the field (3:22)
Dodgers believe they're better than Cubs (2:55)
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2dMark Simon

Game-changer: Aaron Sanchez's curveball

Blue Jays starter Aaron Sanchez had the same kind of success with his curveball that Indians pitchers had in the first three games of the series.


Jerry Crasnick ESPN Senior Writer 

Trevor Bauer got a reprieve when Cleveland eliminated Toronto in the ALCS, and he expects his injured pinkie finger to cooperate in time for the World Series. "I'll be ready to pitch in the World Series whenever they need me," Bauer said Wednesday. "I'm doing everything I can and I'll be back out there for sure." It remains to be seen if the Indians have the same confidence level in his healing ability.

Arash Markazi ESPN Senior Writer 

Goodnight from Dodger Stadium where the NLCS is tied 2-2.

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Watch Willson Contreras discuss his 0-2 hit plus the play at the plate which went the Cubs way in their Game 4 win.


Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Watch Ben Zobrist discuss his bunt single in the fourth inning which started a Cubs rally in their 10-2 win in Game 3.


Charles Moynihan ESPN 

Watch the Cubs celebrate after their victory in Game 4 of the NLCS.

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Carl Edwards Jr said he was fine after leaving the game with some hamstring tightness. He said it wasn't even tightness, he just slipped. He says he's available for tomorrow's game.

Arash Markazi ESPN Senior Writer 

The Dodgers are hoping they can award this belt to a player after a Game 5 win on Thursday.