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Reigning in the Wild Card

I find it ironic that the Ancient Greek word “chaos” shares a root with the English word “yawn.” Because as the season comes to a close, the chaotic machinations of the NL Wild Card race are far from a yawn. I’ve been grappling with writing this article for some time now. At first, I wanted to do […] Author information Nathaniel Ralston Nate Ralston went to school for Classics and works in finance, but he's been a Mets fan through thick and thin.
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