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And So it Ends 9/27/2020 Orioles @ Buffalo

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Cubs up 7-0 on White Sox.  A White Sox lost would give the Twins the Central Division title and the #2 seed (unless Twins lose and Oakland wins, the. oak would be #2 seed, Minnesota #3).

The 2 sees would get the top wild card, which would be:

   -- Cleveland if Indians lose to Pirates (currently 4-2 Pittsburgh)

   -- White Sox if Cleveland co was back to beat Pittsburgh

the #3 seed would host Houston.

So we are looking at:

#1 TB hosts #8 (Tor if the Yankees win and Jays lose, otherwise Yankees)

#2 (probably Minn but could be Oak) hosts #7  3rd place ALC (Cleveland unless they come back to win)

#3 (probably Oak but could be Minn) hosts #6 Houston

#4 (second place ALC probably Chicago) hosts #5 (probably Yankees but could be Toronto)

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Those of you channel-surfing, I'd recommend TBS for Cubs-White Sox whenever CHC puts Brailyn Marquez in.

They've called him up today doing the K-Rod postseason thing having hid him at the alternate site all summer, and the scouting report is basically straight Aroldis Chapman.

Good play Villar.

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Just now, OrioleDog said:

Those of you channel-surfing, I'd recommend TBS for Cubs-White Sox whenever CHC puts Brailyn Marquez in.

Keep us posted as to when that happens.

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Clutch hitting.

At least Arizona is up 6-0 and the Tigers are 3 outs away from a loss.

Hopefully the Red Sox picking one slot before the Orioles (if things hold) doesn't come back to haunt us.

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2 minutes ago, OrioleDog said:

Those of you channel-surfing, I'd recommend TBS for Cubs-White Sox whenever CHC puts Brailyn Marquez in.

They've called him up today doing the K-Rod postseason thing having hid him at the alternate site all summer, and the scouting report is basically straight Aroldis Chapman.

Good play Villar.

Would he be the first Brailyn to pitch in the majors?

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