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Morning News and Notes, Thursday, October 4, 20108

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MLB: Detroit Tigers at Milwaukee Brewers
Fly, Jesus Eagle, Fly!
Benny Sieu-USA TODAY Sports

Yesterday’s Game

New York 7 - Oakland 2

The Yankees will play the Red Sox

Today’s Games

Colorado at Milwaukee 5:07 pm EDT on FS1

Atlanta at Los Angeles 8:07 pm EDT on MLB Network

Indians News

ALDS Astros Indians position breakdown - And with clearly the two best rotations in the Majors, two bullpens loaded with impact arms and the two lineups with the lowest strikeout percentages in the sport (contact is king come October), the AL's last two World Series representatives both have what it takes to get back to the Fall Classic in 2018.

Josh Donaldson healthy, ready for postseason - "It definitely gives me an opportunity to come out and showcase myself and where I'm at," Donaldson said Wednesday.

Andrew Miller, Cody Allen look toward playoffs - I don't think we ever really put it all together this year," Miller said. "The idea is to put it together at the right time, and I think we're capable of it."

Corey Kluber focused on postseason redemption - "I was good enough to pitch," he said. "I just didn't get the job done."

A capsule look at the Indians-Astros playoff series - A look at the best-of-five American League Division Series between the Cleveland Indians and Houston Astros:

Harlem Globetrotters send off Cleveland Indians with incredible shot at Progressive Field
The Harlem Globetrotters made an unbelievable shot from high atop the Progressive Field bleachers in honor of the Indians playoff run.

2018 World Series odds: Favorites, Betting Lines To Win MLB playoffs | SI.com - The Astros are the current favorite to win the 2018 World Series, with the Red Sox not far behind.

MLB playoff analysis: Numbers favor Astros-Dodgers rematch - BaseballHQ.com goes inside the numbers to crown a World Series champ.

The tale of Tony Wolters, and his path to becoming 'Rocktober's' latest hero | Mile High Sports - The Rockies can thank Terry Francona for that one, as the Indians’ manager was the one who had the idea to move Wolters behind the dish.