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By Amaury Pi-Gonzalez
Sports Today - Issue No. 243
There is one week left in the 2018 regular season and there are so many scenarios going into the postseason.
For the networks, there are two dream World Series: 1) The Yankees and Dodgers, two of the most famous franchises with all the money in the world. They represent a very attractive scenario. Also, it would be a coast-to-coast affair. 2) The Boston Red Sox and Chicago Cubs is another dandy.
Of course, the Houston Astros are trying to win back-to-back World Series which would make for another great story. It doesn't matter who they will play. They are a team with a great rotation and some of the greatest players in baseball: José Altuve, Carlos Correa, George Springer -- this year's Astros Most Valuable Player, and Alex Bregman. Not to mention, a rotation like no other with Verlander-Cole-Keuchek and Morton, along with a good bullpen.
The Cleveland Indians could also be there and .... Read More.
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Monday, September 24, 2018
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* Oakland Athletics' Future Is Bright
* Oakland Coliseum Is Still In The Game
* Houston Astros To Visit The White House
* A's New Ballpark -- Are The Athletics Still At Home Plate
* Rafael Palmeiro at 53 -- Needs One More Game
* Remembering Billy Martin -- A Flawed Man But A Great Manager