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Published: Thursday, 10/20/2005

Prep football, cross country, volleyball, NFL, ECHL

COLLEGE FOOTBALL

Mid-American Conf.

SATURDAY

Buffalo at Toledo, 7

W. Michigan at BGSU, 4

N. Illinois at Kent St., 1

Ball St. at Ohio, 2

Army at Akron, 6

Miami at E. Michigan, 6

Big Ten Conference

SATURDAY

Michigan at Iowa, Noon

Ohio St. at Indiana, Noon

Northwestern at Michigan St., Noon

Purdue at Wisconsin, 3:30

Penn St. at Illinois, 7

National

TONIGHT

SOUTH

Virginia Tech at Maryland, 7:30

Fla. International at Troy, 7:30

SOUTHWEST

Stephen F.Austin at Sam Houston St., 8

TOMORROW

SOUTH

Southern Miss. at UAB, 8

SATURDAY

EAST

Columbia at Dartmouth, Noon

James Madison at Delaware, Noon

Northeastern at New Hampshire, Noon

Syracuse at Pittsburgh, Noon

Princeton at Harvard, 12:30

Lehigh at Bucknell, 1

La Salle at College of N.J., 1

Brown at Cornell, 1

Colgate at Holy Cross, 1

Assumption at Iona, 1

Robert Morris at Monmouth, N.J., 1

Stony Brook at Sacred Heart, 1

Albany, N.Y. at St. Francis, Pa., 1

Cent. Connecticut St. at Wagner, 1

Fordham at Georgetown, D.C., 2

Massachusetts at Maine, 2

Rhode Island at Villanova, 3

Rutgers at Connecticut, 3:30

Yale at Penn, 3:30

Duquesne at Marist, 7

SOUTH

Georgia Tech at Miami, ppd., hurricane

Kentucky at Mississippi, Noon

Virginia at North Carolina, Noon

Gardner-Webb at VMI, Noon

Appalachian St. at Wofford, Noon

Arkansas at Georgia, 12:30

Temple at Clemson, 12:40

Morgan St. at Delaware St., 1

N. Carolina A&T at Howard, 1

Davidson at Morehead St., 1

Hofstra at Richmond, 1

St. Peter s at Salisbury, 1

Samford at Tenn.-Martin, 1

Towson at William & Mary, 1

Savannah St. at Charleston Southern, 1:30

Jacksonville at Austin Peay, 2

Elon at Furman, 2

S. Carolina St. at Hampton, 2

East Carolina at Memphis, 2

Houston at Mississippi St., 2:30

Norfolk St. at Florida A&M, 3

Texas Southern at MVSU, 3

Tennessee at Alabama, 3:30

Florida St. at Duke, 3:30

The Citadel at Georgia Southern, 3:30

Vanderbilt at South Carolina, 3:30

N.C. State at Wake Forest, 3:30

North Texas at Louisiana Tech, 4

E. Illinois at Murray St., 4

Alcorn St. at Southern U., 4

La.-Lafayette at Middle Tennessee, 5

Grambling St. at Jackson St., 5:30

W. Carolina at Chattanooga, 6

Tulane at UCF, 6

SE Missouri at E. Kentucky, 6:30

McNeese St. at SE Louisiana, 7

West Virginia at South Florida, ppd., hurricane

Jacksonville St. at Tennessee St., 7

Ark.-Pine Bluff at Alabama A&M, 7:30

Auburn at LSU, 7:45

MIDWEST

Nebraska at Missouri, 12:30

Valparaiso at Dayton, 1

St. Joseph s, Ind. at Butler, 2

Oklahoma St. at Iowa St., 2

Texas A&M at Kansas St., 2

Prairie View at Lincoln, Mo., 2

UC Davis at N. Dakota St., 2

N. Iowa at Illinois St., 2:30

BYU at Notre Dame, 2:30

S. Illinois at Indiana St., 3

Missouri-Rolla at S. Dakota St., 3

Missouri St. at Youngstown St., 4

W. Kentucky at W. Illinois, 5

Louisville at Cincinnati, 7

SOUTHWEST

SMU at Tulsa, 3

Texas Tech at Texas, 3:30

Navy at Rice, 6

Florida Atlantic at Arkansas St., 7

Baylor at Oklahoma, 7

Marshall at UTEP, 9

FAR WEST

TCU at Air Force, 3

Wyoming at Colorado St., 3

Cal Poly-SLO at Montana, 3

Southern Cal at Washington, 3:30

Weber St. at E. Washington, 5

Fresno St. at Idaho, 5

Arizona St. at Stanford, 5

Hawaii at San Jose St., 6

Boise St. at Utah St., 6:30

Oregon at Arizona, 7

Kansas at Colorado, 7

Oregon St. at UCLA, 7

Utah at UNLV, 7

N. Colorado at S. Utah, 8

N. Arizona at Portland St., 9

Idaho St. at Sacramento St., 9

Drake at San Diego, 10

New Mexico at San Diego St., 10

Washington St. at California, 10:15

NBA

Preseason

LAST NIGHT

Cleveland 88, Memphis 84

Milwaukee 104, Detroit 94

Toronto 107, New Jersey 105, OT

Chicago 98, Boston 82

Orlando 93, Maccabi 79

Seattle 99, L.A. Clippers 93

Golden State 108, Phoenix 96

TUESDAY

Dallas 94, Detroit 88

Miami 95, Orlando 91

Philadelphia 114, New York 99

Indiana 94, San Antonio 81

Atlanta 97, New Orleans 94

L.A. Clippers 99, Portland 85

Denver 102, Sacramento 99

L.A. Lakers 111, Washington 108, OT

TONIGHT

Cleveland vs. Philadelphia at Trenton, N.J., 7 p.m.

Charlotte vs. Washington at Los Angeles, 7:30 p.m.

Indiana at Minnesota, 8 p.m.

San Antonio vs. New Orleans at Bossier City, La., 8 p.m.

Utah vs. Portland at Eugene, Ore., 10 p.m.

Denver at L.A. Lakers, 10:30 p.m.

TENNIS

Masters Series Madrid

Madrid, Spain

Singles

Second Round

Guillermo Coria (4) d. Christophe Rochus 6-3, 6-4; Dominik Hrbaty (14) d. Tommy Haas 6-4, 6-2; Thomas Johansson (9) d. Juan Ignacio Chela 7-6 (2), 6-3; Radek Stepanek (10) d. Tim Henman 6-4, 1-6, 6-3; Jose Acasuso d. Gaston Gaudio (7) 7-6 (4), 6-2; Olivier Rochus d. Mario Ancic (12) 1-6, 6-4, 7-6 (5); Nikolay Davydenko (3) d. Karol Beck 6-4, 6-1; Rafael Nadal (1) d. Victor Hanescu 7-6 (5), 6-3; Mariano Puerta (6) d. Max Mirnyi 7-6 (5), 7-6 (5); Ivan Ljubicic (8) d. Alberto Martin 6-3, 7-6 (7); Ivo Karlovic d. Andy Roddick (2) 3-6, 7-6 (7), 7-6 (3); Tommy Robredo (13) d. Carlos Moya 6-4, 3-6, 6-1.

Zurich Open

Zurich, Switzerland

Singles, first round

Francesca Schiavone d. Roberta Vinci 5-7, 6-2, 6-1; Flavia Pennetta d. Kveta Peschke 1-6, 6-1, 6-4; Nadia Petrova (5) d. Conchita Martinez 6-4, 7-6 (5).

Second Round

Elena Dementieva (4) d. Nathalie Dechy 5-7, 6-2, 6-4; Patty Schnyder (6) d. Magdalena Maleeva 6-3, 6-2; Anastasia Myskina (7) d. Silvia Farina Elia 6-1, 6-4.

NOTES

The GENOA ATHLETIC BOOSTERS club is holding its annual Ohio State/Michigan Reverse Raffle November 18th at the Millbury Fire Hall, 28410 Oak St. A dinner with preceed the raffle at 6 p.m with the raffle starting at 7. Tickets are $10 and can be purchased from any coach or booster officer. For more information: Call Shelly Scheanwald at 419-836-9519.

PREP FOOTBALL

(All games 7:30 unless noted)

City League

TOMORROW

St. John s vs. St. Francis at UT, 7

Rogers at Bowsher, 7

Central at Whitmer, 7

Start at Clay, 7

Libbey at Waite, 7

SATURDAY

Scott at Woodward, 2

Northern Lakes League

TOMORROW

Rossford at Northview

Southview at Maumee

Bowling Green at Anthony Wayne

Springfield at Perrysburg

Suburban Lakes League

TOMORROW

Lake at Eastwood

Elmwood at Woodmore

Gibsonburg at Genoa

Lakota at Otsego

TAAC

TOMORROW

Stritch vs Hilltop at Northwood

Edon at Reading

Ottawa Hills at Danbury

Northwood vs. Toledo Christian at Central

NWOAL

TOMORROW

Archbold at Wauseon

Delta at Liberty Center

Swanton at Bryan

Evergreen at Montpelier

Patrick Henry at Delphos Jefferson

Midland Athletic League

TOMORROW

Mohawk at Hopewell-Loudon

North Baltimore at Seneca East

SATURDAY

Carey at Tiffin Calvert

St. Wendelin at Fremont St. Joe

Sandusky Bay Conf.

TOMORROW

Edison at Oak Harbor

Huron at Perkins

Port Clinton at Margaretta

SATURDAY

Clyde at Sandusky St. Mary

Blanchard Valley Conf.

TOMORROW

Vanlue at Arcadia

Arlington at Leipsic

McComb at Cory-Rawson

Pandora-Gilboa at Hardin Northern

Liberty-Benton at Van Buren

Green Meadows Conf.

TOMORROW

Antwerp at Hicksville

Ayersville at Holgate

Wayne Trace at Edgerton

Tinroa at Fairview

Other NW Ohio

TOMORROW

Bellevue at Tiffin Columbian

Paulding at Columbus Grove

Defiance at Celina

Sandusky at Findlay

Upper Sandusky at Fostoria

Fremont Ross at Marion Harding

Lima Sr. at Napoleon

Lima Shawnee at Ottwaa-Glandorf

SE Michigan

Tri-County Conf.

TOMORROW

Adrian Madison at Britton-Deerfield

Morenci at Sand Creek

Summerfield at Whiteford

Whitmore Lake at Blissfield

Lenawee County Athletic Assoc.

TOMORROW

Clinton at AA Richard

New Boston Huron at Dundee

Erie Mason at Flint Hamady

Hudson at Addison

Ida at Manchester

Onsted at Napoleon

Other SE Michigan

TOMORROW

Monroe at Adrian

Monroe St. Mary CC at Bedford

Tecumseh at Monroe Jefferson

PRO FOOTBALL

NFL

SUNDAY

Detroit at Cleveland, 1

Kansas City at Miami, 1

Indianapolis at Houston, 1

New Orleans at St. Louis, 1

San Francisco at Washington, 1

Pittsburgh at Cincinnati, 1

San Diego at Philadelphia, 1

Green Bay at Minnesota, 1

Dallas at Seattle, 4:05

Baltimore at Chicago, 4:15

Denver at N.Y. Giants, 4:15

Tennessee at Arizona, 4:15

Buffalo at Oakland, 4:15

Open: New England, Tampa Bay, Jacksonville, Carolina

MONDAY

N.Y. Jets at Atlanta, 9

CFL

TOMORROW

Ottawa at Hamilton

SATURDAY

Toronto at Montreal

Winnipeg at British Columbia

SUNDAY

Calgary at Saskatchewan

THURSDAY, Oct. 27

Hamilton at Toronto

FRIDAY, Oct. 28

British Columbia at Edmonton

ECHL

TOMORROW

Dayton at Toledo

San Diego at Alaska

S. Carolina at Augusta

Johnstown at Columbia

Las Vegas at Florida

Victoria at Fresno

Charlotte at Gwinnett

Long Beach at Idaho

Greenville at Pensacola

Phoenix at Utah

SATURDAY

Toledo at Dayton

San Diego at Alaska

Victoria at Bakersfield

Las Vegas at Florida

Stockton at Fresno

Charlotte at Greenville

Long Beach at Idaho

Reading at Johnstown

Gwinnett at Pensacola

Utah at Phoenix

Columbia at S. Carolina

Wheeling at Trenton

COLLEGE HOCKEY

CCHA

OVERALL RECORDS: Michigan 4-0-0, Michigan St. 2-0-0, Neb.-Omaha 2-0-0, Alaska-Fairbanks 1-0-1, Lake Superior St. 1-0-1, Ferris St. 1-1-0, Miami 1-1-0, N. Michigan 1-1-0, Ohio St. 1-1-0, Notre Dame 0-0-0, W. Michigan 0-1-0, Bowling Green 0-2-0.

TONIGHT

Ohio St. at Bowling Green

TOMORROW

Bowling Green at Ohio St.

Ferris St. at Lake Superior St.

Miami at Nebraska-Omaha

Michigan Tech at N. Michigan

Notre Dame at Colorado College

SATURDAY

Alaska-Fairbanks at Alaska-Anchorage

Ferris St. at Lake Superior St.

Miami at Nebraska-Omaha

Michigan St. at Michigan

N. Michigan at Michigan Tech (Hall of Fame Game)

Notre Dame at Denver

W. Michigan at Niagara

PREP CROSS COUNTRY

State coaches poll

BOYS

DIVISION I

1, Cin. LaSalle (11) 179

2, N. Canton Hoover (1) 163

3, Cle. St. Ignatius 151

4, Middletown 142

5, Cin. St. Xavier 114

6, Perry 109

7, Cin. Elder 108

8, St. John s 104

9, Chardon 57

10, Kings Mills Kings 51

DIVISION II

1, Peninsula Woodridge (10) 178

2, Akr. St. V-St. Mary (2) 170

3, Cuya. Falls Walsh Jesuit (2) 154

4, Salem 141

5, Kettering Alter 133

6, Canal Winchester 111

7, Springfield Greenon 81

8, Springfield Shawnee 78

9, Ash. Edgewood 65

10, Cin. Wyoming 61

N. Bend Taylor 61

DIVISION III

1, Cortland Maplewood (12) 180

2, Delta 168

3, Coldwater 154

4, Wayne Trace 129

5, Bellaire St. John 126

6, Anna 119

7, Fayette 94

8, E. Canton 80

9, Old Fort 78

Versailles 78

GIRLS

DIVISION I

1, Mass. Jackson (9) 177

2, Bowling Green (3) 171

3, Mason 156

4, Loveland 140

5, Cin. Colerain 131

6, Beavercreek 117

7, Hudson 101

8, Rocky River Magnificat 92

9, Cin. St. Ursula 88

10, Centerville 72

DIVISION II

1, Kettering Alter (12) 180

2, Salem 159

3, Defiance 139

4, Chagrin Falls 138

5, W. Milton Milton-Union 134

6, Minerva 99

7, Akr. St. V-St. Mary 89

8, N. Bend Taylor 69

9, Upper Sandusky 65

10, Mantua Crestwood 63

DIVISION III

1, Minster (12) 180

2, Liberty-Benton 162

3, Gates Mills Gilmour Acad. 156

4, CVCA 155

5, Versailles 134

6, Seneca East 121

7, Van Wert Lincolnview 99

8, New London 82

9, Bellaire 79

10, Peninsula Woodridge 63

Bellaire St. John 63

PREP VOLLEYBALL

St. Ursula d. Perrysburg, 25-15, 25-16, 25-18.

Otsego d. Elmwood 25-11, 21-25, 25-12, 17-25, 15-12.

TRANSACTIONS

BASEBALL

American League

BOSTON RED SOX Announced the resignation of Dale Sveum, third base coach, to take the same position with the Milwaukee Brewers.

SEATTLE MARINERS Named Pedro Grifol coordinator of instruction.

TEXAS RANGERS Named Thad Levine assistant general manager.

American Association

SIOUX FALLS CANARIES Agreed to terms with 1B-OF Abner Arroyo and INF Kyle Kmiecik.

BASKETBALL

National Basketball Association

MINNESOTA TIMBERWOLVES Named Zarko Durisic, Pete Philo and Rex Chapman to their player personnel staff.

American Basketball Association

AOSHEN OLYMPIAN OF MAYWOOD Named LaShun McDaniel coach.

FRESNO HEATWAVE Signed G-F Mikey Marshall and G Christian Sonier.

ROCHESTER RAZORSHARKS Signed F James Reaves.

FOOTBALL

National Football League

ARIZONA CARDINALS Signed DE Antonio Cochran. Placed DE Calvin Pace on the non-football injury list. Terminated the contract of LB Eric Johnson.

CHICAGO BEARS Signed P Gabe Lindstrom and DE Jamaai Green to the practice squad. Released FB Thump Belton and PK Tyler Jones.

DALLAS COWBOYS Placed OL Flozell Adams on injured reserve. Signed OL Ethan Brooks. Released S Tony Bua from the practice squad. Signed WR J.R. Tolver to the practice squad.

INDIANAPOLIS COLTS Signed LB Mike Labinjo. Released RB Anthony Davis.

NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS Signed WR Andre Davis and CB Hank Poteat. Placed S Guss Scott on injured reserve. Released LB Wesly Mallard.

OAKLAND RAIDERS Placed WR Ronald Curry on injured reserve. Signed S Calvin Branch.

PHILADELPHIA EAGLES Signed FB Ben Miller and WR-CB Robert Redd to the practice squad.

Arena Football League

ARIZONA RATTLERS Signed DS Wendell Davis and K Gary Kral.

DALLAS DESPERADOS Traded WR-DB Eddie Canonico to Las Vegas for future considerations.

GRAND RAPIDS RAMPAGE Signed OS Anthony Bright and OL-DL Reggie Hargrove.

KANSAS CITY Signed WR-DB Charlie Davidson, OL-DL Konrad Dean, DS Denario Smalls and OS Steve Smith.

LOS ANGELES AVENGERS Signed QB Sonny Cumbie.

LAS VEGAS GLADIATORS Signed OS Kevin Prentiss and DS Antuan Simmons.

NASHVILLE KATS Signed WR-DB Cornelius Bonner and WR-LB O.J. Small.

NEW YORK DRAGONS Signed QB David Corley, WR-DB Antoine Dunklin and FB-LB Sunungura Rusununguko.

HOCKEY

National Hockey League

COLUMBUS BLUEJACKETS Assigned G Pascal Leclaire and RW Jaroslav Balastik to Syracuse of the AHL. Recalled G Martin Prusek from Syracuse.

NEW YORK RANGERS Activated G Kevin Weekes from the injured list. Recalled D Dale Purinton from suspension. Assigned G Chris Holt to Hartford of the AHL.

TAMPA BAY LIGHTNING Recalled RW Evgeny Artyukhin and C Nick Tarnasky from Springfield of the AHL.

COLLEGE

HARVARD Named Thomas Lo Ricco assistant baseball coach and recruiting coordinator.

TEMPLE Named Rob Valli baseball coach.

COLLEGE SOCCER

Men

OWENS CC 1, LAKELAND CC 1: O Radtkin. L Smith.

CINCINNATI 1, BOWLING GREEN 0: Anara.

LOCAL BOWLING

Honor Roll

300 GameS

Robert Wagner, Miracle 288-267-300-855.

High series

Men (750 or better)

Mike McCartny, Southwyck 761

Eddie Sigurdson, Eastern 761

Dave Owens, Toledo SC 761

Brian Close, Toledo SC 751

Women (650 or better)

Felicia Williams, Velero 659

Pam Gorny, Toledo SC 652

LATEST LINE

NFL

(Sunday)

ST. LOUIS 3 New Orleans

Green Bay 11/2 MINNESOTA

Indianapolis 16 HOUSTON

CINCINNATI 11/2 Pittsburgh

PHILADELPHIA 4 San Diego

MIAMI 2 Kansas City

CLEVELAND 3 Detroit

WASHINGTON 121/2 San Francisco

SEATTLE 3 Dallas

OAKLAND 3 Buffalo

CHICAGO 1 Baltimore

ARIZONA 3 Tennessee

NY GIANTS 2 Denver

(Monday)

ATLANTA 7 Ny Jets

Bye Week: Carolina, Jacksonville, New England,

and Tampa Bay.

College Football

Virginia Tech 10 MARYLAND

TROY STATE 8 Fla International

(Friday)

ALA-BIRMINGHAM 2 Southern Miss

CENTRAL FLORIDA 6 Tulane

(Saturday)

PITTSBURGH 13 Syracuse

MICHIGAN STATE 12 Northwestern

IOWA 21/2 Michigan

Ohio State 151/2 INDIANA

Florida State 30 DUKE

WAKE FOREST P N.C. State

N. CAROLINA 1 Virginia

S. CAROLINA 8 Vanderbilt

OKLAHOMA 14 Baylor

GEORGIA 191/2 Arkansas

MISSOURI 21/2 Nebraska

Northern Illinois 101/2 KENT STATE

CLEMSON 36 Temple

OHIO 8 Ball State

MEMPHIS 71/2 East Carolina

MISSISSIPPI ST 11/2 Houston

NOTRE DAME 19 B.y.u.

TULSA 15 S.m.u.

AIR FORCE 1 T.c.u.

ALABAMA 31/2 Tennessee

CALIFORNIA 12 Washington State

Rutgers 31/2 CONNECTICUT

WISCONSIN 8 Purdue

Texas A&M 4 KANSAS STATE

IOWA STATE 14 Oklahoma State

x-MIAMI-FLORIDA PPD Georgia Tech

COLORADO 15 Kansas

BOWLING GREEN 25 Western Michigan

U.C.L.A. 91/2 Oregon State

Fresno State 29 IDAHO

Miami-Ohio 11 EASTERN MICH.

Hawaii 7 SAN JOSE STATE

AKRON 81/2 Army

TEXAS 15 Texas Tech

MISSISSIPPI 101/2 Kentucky

Louisville 211/2 CINCINNATI

Penn State 17 ILLINOIS

West Virginia 2 SOUTH FLORIDA

Utah 12 NEVADA LAS VEGAS

COLORADO ST. 31/2 Wyoming

TOLEDO 31 Buffalo

Oregon 91/2 ARIZONA

L.S.U. 61/2 Auburn

TEXAS EL PASO 13 Marshall

SAN DIEGO STATE 3 New Mexico

Arizona State 10 STANFORD

Southern Cal 30 WASHINGTON

Boise State 19 UTAH STATE

Navy 7 RICE

LOUISIANA TECH 20 North Texas

MIDDLE TENN ST 14 La-Lafayette

ARKANSAS STATE 8 Fla Atlantic

x-Game has been postponed due to

Hurricane Wilma.

Home Team in CAPS

HOLE IN ONE

DONNA PAWLICKI, No. 5 at Spuyten Duyval, 120 yards, 9-wood.

PREP SOCCER

Girls Sectionals

DIVISION I

ANTHONY WAYNE 11, START 0: Farner, Swope, Harlow, Hill 3, Rohr 2, Hoyle, Allison 2.

MAUMEE 2, PERRYSBURG 0: Youster, Theaker.

FINDLAY 2, CELINA 0: VanDerMolen, Birchmeier.

SHAWNEE 4, WAPAKONETA 0

DIVISION II

STRITCH 5, LAKE 1: S--Hadley 3, Borysiak 2. L--McCloskey.

Boys Sectionals

DIVISION I

SOUTHVIEW 4, BOWSHER 0: Lanning, Gossett, Lennox, Slanders.

COLLEGE VOLLEYBALL

Owens d. Lakeland, 30-14, 30-21, 30-13.

SPORTLIGHT

Oct. 20

1963 Clem Daniels of the Oakland Raiders rushes for 200 yards and two touchdowns in a 49-26 victory over the New York Jets.

1979 John Tate beats Gerrie Coetzee in a 15-round decision in Pretoria, South Africa, to win the vacant WBA heavyweight title.

1984 Rueben Mayes of Washington State rushes for 216 yards and scores four touchdowns to overcome a 28-7 halftime deficit and lead the Cougars to 49-42 victory over Stanford.

1990 The Cincinnati Reds complete one of the biggest upsets in baseball history, beating the Oakland Athletics 2-1 to win the World Series in four games.

1994 George McCandless, 83, becomes the oldest harness driver to win a pari-mutuel race when he guides Kehm s Scooter to victory in the fourth race at Freehold (N.J.) Raceway.

1997 Andre Reed of the Buffalo Bills becomes the fourth player in NFL history to reach 800 receptions with his second catch in a 9-6 win over Indianapolis. Thurman Thomas also reaches a milestone, becoming the 10th running back to rush for 11,000 yards.

2002 Marshall Faulk rushes for 183 yards and his fifth career four-touchdown game in a 37-20 St. Louis win over Seattle. Faulk also becomes the 15th NFL player to gain 10,000 yards rushing.

2004 Just three outs from getting swept in the AL championship series three nights earlier, the Boston Red Sox finally beat the New York Yankees, winning Game 7 in a 10-3 shocker to become the first major league team to overcome a 3-0 postseason series deficit.



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