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  • Young Pirates fan mimics players behind home plate at NL Wild Card game (Video)

    A young Pittsburgh Pirates fan turned himself into an Internet sensation during Wednesday night's National League Wild Card game against San Francisco by mimicing the players of his favorite team from behind home plate in full view of television cameras.The young Pirates fan was perfectly positioned...

  • NL Wild Card Game Live Blog

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  • What to watch in the NL Wild Card game

    The National League Wild Card game is about as pure as you can get: two teams with identical records, close to evenly matched on paper, fighting it out for the right to visit the nation’s capital. It may not match the back-and-forth excitement of last night’s crazy contest, but it should be a go...

  • AL Wild Card live blog

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  • Royals Win AL Wild Card Game with Walk-off Hit by Salvador Perez in the 12th

    Catcher Salvador Perez came up with a walk-off hit in the 12th inning to give the Kansas City Royals a 9-8 win over the Oakland Athletics in the American League Wild Card Game on Tuesday evening. The reaction of Royals legend George Brett sums it up:[TBS]Read more MLB news on BleacherReport.com...

  • Athletics’ Brandon Moss Hits 2-Run Home Run in 1st Inning of AL Wild Card Game

    Oakland Athletics first baseman Brandon Moss hit a two-run home run during the first inning of the American League Wild Card Game against the Kansas City Royals.Read more MLB news on BleacherReport.com View full post on Bleacher Report - MLB...

  • Five things to watch in the AL Wild Card game

    We’re mere hours away from the beginning of the 2014 MLB Postseason. James Shields will deliver the first pitch to Coco Crisp at roughly 8 PM eastern, and the Royals and A’s will do battle for the pleasure of facing the Angels in the AL Division Series. That being said, here are five things that...

  • The tyranny of the one-game Wild Card playoff

    It is now year three of the two-Wild Card format in year three. Three years of being forced to watch the most unnatural thing in all of baseball: the one-game playoff series. There is nothing about baseball that lends itself to a one-game, winner-take-all format. With a regular season nearly twice a...

  • MLB Playoff Bracket 2014: Complete Postseason Schedule and Wild Card Predictions

    The MLB playoff bracket may not unify the nation for three weeks like the NCAA tournament bracket does in March, but it still represents one of the most exciting times on the entire sports calendar.  After a grueling 162-game schedule, we finally get to see rally towels in the upper deck, late-...

  • MLB Playoffs 2014: Predictions and Analysis for Both Wild Card Matchups

    The 162-game regular season is gone. The 2014 MLB playoffs are here. Rejoice baseball fans. The first two playoff matchups are just around the corner, and the do-or-die atmosphere that comes with a one-game Wild Card Round is sure to make these two contests even more intense. In the American League,...