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    MLB Notebook: Cobb comes up big on road

    Alex Cobb tossed 6 2/3 scoreless innings Wednesday in the Rays' 4-0 win in the AL Wild Card Game, becoming just the 30th starter in history to win a winner-take-all playoff game on the road. More >

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    Tribe trio faces uncertain future following playoff exit

    After providing valuable contributions to the Indians on and off the field during a remarkable 2013 season, Jason Giambi, Ubaldo Jimenez and Scott Kazmir head into the offseason with question marks surrounding their futures in Cleveland and in the game. More >

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    Salazar displays poise far beyond his years

    It didn't take long for Danny Salazar to show why the Indians handed him the ball in the do-or-die AL Wild Card Game. From the very beginning, he handled this giant moment with the poise Cleveland expected. More >

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    With Wild Card loss, curtain falls on Indians' season

    After six years of missing the postseason, the Indians earned the right to host the AL Wild Card Game, but the script took an unexpected turn. Danny Salazar started strong before running into trouble, and Rays right-hander Alex Cobb had his way with the Indians, sending the Tribe to a 4-0 loss that turned a promising fall into an early winter. More >

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    Indians feel sting of defeat, take pride in achievements

    The Indians' playoff march may have ended after just one game, but once the bitterness of defeat fades, the Tribe and its fans will remember 2013 as a turning point in Cleveland. More >

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    Road-tested Rays ready to open ALDS in Boston

    The Rays have won three straight road games in which a loss would have sent them home for the winter, so they feel more than prepared to face the Red Sox at Fenway Park on Friday in Game 1 of the American League Division Series. More >

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    Young continues playoff swagger with Rays

    Delmon Young, who rejoined his original organization on Aug. 22 after being released by the Phillies, ignited the Rays with a third-inning homer in the AL Wild Card Game, the outfielder's Major League-leading ninth postseason home run since 2011. More >

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    Famous Rays deliver, topping Tribe in Wild Card

    Wednesday night was, for all intents and purposes, Game 7. And that meant elimination for either the Rays or Indians in the one-and-done American League Wild Card Game. Thanks to Alex Cobb's pitching and just enough offense, the Rays took a 4-0 win over the Indians. More >

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    Fans respond to Tribe's playoff return

    Five Octobers passed between postseason appearances for the Indians, making for an excited and appreciative crowd at Progressive Field before Wednesday night's American League Wild Card Game. More >

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    Umpires reverse third-strike call in first inning

    A minor controversy erupted in the first inning of Wednesday's American League Wild Card Game, with umpires reversing a foul ball call on a third strike against Cleveland's Nick Swisher. More >

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    Francona opts for extra arms on Wild Card roster

    Indians manager Terry Francona likes to have as much depth as possible when it comes to pitching. He made that clear once again with the structure of his roster for the American League Wild Card Game. More >

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    Rays make surprise choice in adding Kiermaier

    The Rays' surprise of the day came when they named their 25-man roster for the Wild Card Game and Kevin Kiermaier's name was on it. More >

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    Rays stick to script: Pitching, defense wins

    The thing about the Tampa Bay Rays is that they play such spectacular defense that even the most difficult plays start to seem routine after a while, writes columnist Richard Justice. More >

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    Scott accepts decision to be left off roster

    Rays manager Joe Maddon called the decision to not include Luke Scott on the American League Wild Card Game roster the toughest decision they had to make. More >

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    Maddon: Crowd shouldn't be factor for Cobb

    Just two hours southeast of Cleveland, playoff-starved Pirates fans found a way to make an impact in Pittsburgh's 6-2 win over the Reds in Tuesday's National League Wild Card Game. More >

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    Maddon: No speech necessary before WC Game

    Joe Maddon is very routine oriented as manager of the Rays. So Maddon said he doesn't break from the mold come playoff time, and he didn't give his team a rah-rah speech before Wednesday's American League Wild Card Game against the Indians. More >

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    Francona keeps Perez on roster for Wild Card Game

    The ninth inning no longer belongs to Chris Perez, but the Indians included the former closer on the roster for Wednesday's Wild Card Game against the Rays. Although Perez's role is undetermined, Cleveland feels he can still help to some degree. More >

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    Asdrubal on postseason stage for first time in six years

    Asdrubal Cabrera got a taste of the October stage as a rookie back in 2007, helping Cleveland make a push all the way to the ALCS. He could not have known at the time that it would be six years before he'd experience the postseason again. More >

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