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10/12/2015 | Cespedes hits three-run HR, lauds Citi crowd

Yoenis Cespedes highlighted the first three-hit postseason game of his career with a three-run home run in the fourth inning that padded Mets' lead in their 13-7 win in Game 3 of the National League Division Series on Monday night at Citi Field.

10/12/2015 | Price move reflects Toronto's sense of urgency

The Blue Jays had a 7-1 lead on the Rangers in the third inning, but manager John Gibbons wasn't taking any chances with his club's postseason life on the line and he summoned ace lefty David Price from the bullpen and left him in for three innings and 50 pitches.

10/12/2015 | Cubs slug 6 homers, have Redbirds on ropes

The Cubs put on a power show Monday night as rookies Kris Bryant, Jorge Soler and Kyle Schwarber hit half of Chicago's six home runs to post an 8-6 victory over the Cardinals in Game 3 of the National League Division Series and take a 2-1 lead in the best-of-five series.

10/12/2015 | Stroman looks to send Blue Jays to ALCS

In handing the ball to 24-year-old Marcus Stroman for a winner-moves-on Game 5 against the Rangers on Wednesday at Rogers Centre, Blue Jays manager John Gibbons pulled as much of as an upset as a comeback story.

10/12/2015 | Facing road elimination, Rangers recall 2010 ALDS

Rangers shortstop Elvis Andrus and others said a few days ago they weren't thinking about what happened in 2010. They might want to start thinking about it now. A good history lesson might be the one consolation the Rangers need.

10/12/2015 | LA had Harvey on ropes, but NY delivered KO

After surrendering three runs in the top half of the second inning, the Mets produced four runs of their own in the bottom half of the frame to take a lead in their 13-7 win over the Dodgers in Game 3 of the National League Division Series on Monday night at Citi Field.

10/12/2015 | Replay phone issue causes short delay at Citi

A faulty connection with the replay phone in the Dodgers' dugout forced the Dodgers and Mets to wait approximately five minutes before starting Game 3 of the National League Division Series, which the Mets won, 13-7, on Monday night at Citi Field.

10/12/2015 | Hosmer in the thick of KC's comeback

Eric Hosmer went 2-for-5 in Monday's rousing victory, plating a run and scoring another in the big eighth-inning rally, and adding some insurance with a two-run homer in the ninth.

10/12/2015 | Tejada gets loud ovation before Game 3

Mets fans flooded Citi Field for the first postseason game in its history, and the franchise's first since 2006 -- Monday's 13-7 Mets win over the Dodgers in Game 3 of the National League Division Series.They came with purpose, many with signs saying "Win For Ruben," alluding to injured Mets shortstop Ruben Tejada.

10/12/2015 | Game 5 another chance for Astros to defy odds

The Astros are excited. Why not? They get to play another game on Wednesday.

10/12/2015 | Royals weave late magic into home-field edge

Thanks to Monday's stirring comeback, the Royals have home-field advantage in the deciding game on Wednesday. But if you ask them to explain it, they can't quite come up with the words for why they keep finding ways to come through on the game's biggest stage.

10/12/2015 | Mattingly discusses safety issues with Utley

Dodgers manager Don Mattingly said he didn't start Chase Utley in Monday's Game 3 of the National League Division Series because of a "baseball decision," but added that he talked to Utley about safety concerns for the infielder and his family after Saturday night's controversial slide in Game 2 that broke the leg of Mets shortstop Ruben Tejada.

10/12/2015 | Rookies set home run record for postseason

The wind was blowing out at Wrigley Field on Monday, helping to send eight home run balls over the ivy-covered wall and a heap of Major League postseason records out the window.

10/12/2015 | Royals rise from the brink yet again

Just when reasonable people might believe that the season of the Kansas City Royals is over, kaput, history, down and done, the Royals rise up and prove that you can never depend on them to lose.

10/12/2015 | Start of Dodgers-Mets Game 3 on TNT

The early innings of Game 3 of today's National League Division Series between the Dodgers and Mets are being televised on TNT. The telecast will shift to TBS following the conclusion of the other NL Division Series game between the Cardinals and Cubs.

10/12/2015 | Phillies scouts prep for No. 1 Draft decision

The Phillies have the No. 1 pick in the 2016 Draft, so the scouting staff will be crisscrossing the country to scout the top amateur players countless times up until June.

10/12/2015 | Tejada's broken leg won't require surgery

Ruben Tejada will not need surgery, pins or any other complicating treatments for his fractured right fibula, ensuring he will have more than enough time to be ready for Opening Day 2016.

10/12/2015 | Dodgers tab Kershaw on short rest for Game 4

When Don Mattingly was asked who his starter was for Game 4 of the Dodgers' National League Division Series against the Mets at Citi Field on Tuesday night and for an explanation regarding the decision, the manager was pretty succinct. "[Clayton] Kershaw," he said. "Do you have to explain that one?"

10/12/2015 | Rookies turning on postseason power supply

Postseason experience is a valued commodity, but so far this October, rookies are showing they can handle the big stage just fine.

10/12/2015 | Royals' bats awaken with epic 8th-inning rally

The situation was grim, with the Astros having piled on three runs off reliever Ryan Madson in the bottom of the seventh to push the lead to a seemingly insurmountable four-run advantage on Monday afternoon.

10/12/2015 | Start of Blue Jays-Rangers game on MLB Network

The early innings of Game 4 of the American League Division Series between the Blue Jays and Rangers are being televised by MLB Network. The telecast will shift to FOX Sports 1 following the conclusion of the game between the Royals and Astros.

10/12/2015 | Blue Jays ride 3 homers to Game 5 showdown

The Blue Jays didn't waste any time making an early statement against Rangers left-hander Derek Holland in Game 4 of the American League Division Series on Monday with a pair of first-inning home runs from Josh Donaldson and Chris Colabello. Toronto won, 8-4, to force a deciding Game 5 on Wednesday, beginning at 4 p.m. ET (FS1/Sportsnet) at Rogers Centre.

10/12/2015 | Gore steal overturned by Astros' challenge

Controversy spilled into Game 4 of the American League Division Series in Houston on Tuesday, though by day's end it was downplayed by the final outcome.

10/12/2015 | Utley on Dodgers' bench; Lagares starts for NY

Chase Utley will not start tonight's Game 3 of the National League Division Series between the Mets and Dodgers at Citi Field (8:30 ET, TBS; will start on TNT if Cardinals-Cubs NLDS Game is ongoing and will return to TBS after completion of Cards-Cubs game), but Jimmy Rollins will, replacing struggling rookie Corey Seager at shortstop for Los Angeles.

10/12/2015 | Price delivers three innings out of bullpen

Blue Jays manager John Gibbons said prior to Toronto's 8-4 American League Division Series Game 4 victory that it would be all hands on deck for Monday's must-win matchup with the Rangers at Globe Life Park, and he was true to his word, summoning ace left-hander David Price from the bullpen to relieve starter R.A. Dickey with one out in the fifth inning.

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