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MLB Playoffs Week in Review – October 14, 2013

AL Divisional Series Game Three
AL Divisional Series Game Three
Athletics 6, Tigers 3. Brandon Moss, Josh Reddick, and Seth Smith each homered for the A's over a two-inning span. Meanwhile, Oakland's bullpen allowed zero runs in four innings. (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)
NL Divisional Series Game Four
NL Divisional Series Game Four
Cardinals 2, Pirates 1. Michael Wacha put himself on the national radar with a one-hitter to keep the Cardinals alive. Pedro Alvarez's home run proved to be the lone Pittsburgh hit of the game. Matt Holliday's two-run homer provided the Cardinals with their only runs. (Photo by Jared Wickerham/Getty Images)
AL Divisional Series Game Three
AL Divisional Series Game Three
Red Sox 4, Rays 5. Alex Cobb performed well enough to exit the game with a lead. But Fernando Rodney allowed the game-tying run in the ninth. It took Jose Lobaton's walkoff home run against Koji Uehara for the Rays to secure their first victory of the series. (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)
NL Divisional Series Game Four
NL Divisional Series Game Four
Braves 3, Dodgers 4. Juan Uribe's two-run homer in the eighth inning against Dan Carpenter swung the score in favor of the Dodgers. Los Angeles started Clayton Kershaw on short rest to ensure the series would end early. The plan worked, and the Dodgers advanced to the NLCS. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)
AL Divisional Series Game Four
AL Divisional Series Game Four
Athletics 6, Tigers 8. A wild game that saw the two teams combine for eight runs over the final three frames. Max Scherzer's relief work helped seal the deal for the Tigers, who forced a Game Five. (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)
AL Divisional Series Game Four
AL Divisional Series Game Four
Red Sox 3, Rays 1. The Rays went to their bullpen early and often, and almost pulled it out. Alas, a few costly mistakes allowed Boston to regain the lead late. Jake Peavy and the Boston bullpen shut down Tampa Bay's lineup. (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)
NL Divisional Series Game Five
NL Divisional Series Game Five
Pirates 1, Cardinals 6. Adam Wainwright spun another gem and the Cardinals advanced to the NLCS. It's worth noting Gerrit Cole outpitched his line and, were this the regular season, probably would've pitched beyond the fifth inning. (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)
AL Divisional Series Game Five
AL Divisional Series Game Five
Tigers 3, Athletics 0. It was Justin Verlander's turn to come up big in an elimination game. The former MVP threw eight shutout innings while fanning 10 and allowing two hits. Oakland made things interesting in the bottom of the ninth, but it wasn't enough to prevent Detroit from advancing to the ALCS. (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)
NL Championship Series Game One
NL Championship Series Game One
Dodgers 2, Cardinals 3. Carlos Beltran came up big, again, not only throwing out the potential go-ahead run at the plate, but bringing in the winning run later on. Beltran also drove in two other runs throughout the game, further building upon his postseason reputation. (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)
NL Championship Series Game Two
NL Championship Series Game Two
Dodgers 0, Cardinals 1. Michael Wacha added to his postseason reputation with another good start. The righty out-dueled Clayton Kershaw, even if he allowed more than one run this time. Jon Jay delivered the game's only run on a fifth-inning sac fly, which plated David Freese. The Cardinals extended their winning streak to four games. (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)
AL Championship Series Game One
AL Championship Series Game One
Tigers 1, Red Sox 0. Anibal Sanchez left the game with a no-hitter in tact, and the Tigers bullpen carried it into the ninth. It wasn't to be, however, as Daniel Nava tallied a single with one out in the ninth. The Red Sox' rally fell short, pushing Detroit's winning streak to three games. (Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images)
AL Championship Series Game Two
AL Championship Series Game Two
Tigers 5, Red Sox 6. This one appeared all over entering the eighth inning. But the Red Sox rallied, capped by a David Ortiz grand slam, and tied the game entering the ninth. A sloppy defensive inning allowed Jarrod Saltalamacchia to plate the winning run and tie the series. (Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images)
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