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The Blue Jays vs. Indians ALCS Goes Through Andrew Miller

In Terry Francona's script for the latest season of MLB's hit drama "Postseason Baseball," the most important player in the American League Championship Series may be a middle reliever. This one just so happens to be played by one of the nastiest pitchers in the league. It's a departure from the usual script, but it's a reality the Toronto Blue Jays must be prepared for with Game 1 of the ALCS set for Friday.
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