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Today's Baseball Games Could Turn Into Postseason Chaos

It’s the last day of MLB’s regular season, and all division titles have been clinched for the better part of a week now, but the wild cards leave plenty of meaningful baseball today. Three spots are open, with some home-field advantage up for grabs in the American League, so six of today’s 15 games have postseason implications on the line. And they’re all happening at the same time: 3 p.
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