2015 MLB postseason

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Photos: It happened in October

AL wild-card game

Houston Astros 3, New York Yankees 0
Tuesday, Oct. 6

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Edes: Astros, Keuchel own the moment that passes Yankees by
Top 5: Dallas Keuchel leads the way
Matthews: Alex Rodriguez’s moment comes and goes in a flash
Stats & Info: Keuchel, home runs have been a winning formula
Marchand: Yankees need to improve if they want to return to playoffs
Edes: Houston, we don’t have a problem — Astros advance
Marchand: Yankees forget to show up in wild-card loss
Photos: Best shots from AL wild-card game

NL wild-card game

Chicago Cubs 4, Pittsburgh Pirates 0
Wednesday, Oct. 7

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Stark: Wild wild-card win sends a message — don’t mess with the Cubs
Greenberg: Pirates have no answer for Cubs’ Jake Arrieta
Rogers: Cubs’ rookies answer every question in wild-card win
Greenberg: Pirates fall as Cubs make Cole pay early
Rogers: Arrieta goes the distance as Cubs advance
Schoenfield: Things almost turn ugly after Pirates plunk Arrieta
Drehs: Cubs’ secret weapon? It’s David Ross

AL Division Series

Houston Astros vs. Kansas City Royals

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Padilla: Cueto’s dominance puts Royals back in ALCS
Crasnick: Astros’ surprising playoff run ends in Kansas City
Crasnick: Astros go down quietly against Cueto, Davis in season ender
Padilla: Royals’ cast of characters refuses to let season end
Crasnick: Astros’ Correa ready for anything in October
Top 5: Royals’ big rally ties ALDS 2-2
Crasnick: Houston rockets to 2-1 advantage behind Keuchel
Padilla: Royals rely on experience to rebound
Crasnick: Astros relying on Keuchel’s home-field advantage
Padilla: ‘Lucky’ Volquez up for game 3 challenge
Padilla: Royals cool, calm, collected like they’ve been there before
Crasnick: Astros lament missed opportunity as ALDS shifts to Houston
Rally puts Royals back into series
Rasmus shines again, but bullpen fails Astros in Game 2
Stats & Info: Royals rally product of unlikely hit, walk
Crasnick: Road pushovers? Apparently not these Astros
Padilla: Royals’ new rallying cry: Heeeere’s Johnny!
Kurkjian: Five key questions for Astros-Royals ALDS
Merrill: How Ventura tamed his temper and harnessed his fastball

Texas Rangers vs. Toronto Blue Jays

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Edes: How the epic Rangers-Blue Jays seventh inning unfolded
Caple: Improbable rally fuels Blue Jays’ pennant chase
Schoenfield: The most insane seventh inning in playoff history
Edes: Jays’ Colabello took the longest road to get to Game 5
Caple: Jays tie up ALDS, but may have game 5 disadvantage
Taylor: Rangers’ Holland states ‘I didn’t do my job’
Caple: Game three win saves Blue Jays’ season
Taylor: Rangers struggle with soft stuff
Top 5: Blue Jays still alive
Caple: Down 2-0, Blue Jays are no strangers to big comebacks
Caple: Rangers rookie Hanser Alberto: From goat to team MVP
Alberto lifts Rangers in 14th
Rangers push Jays to edge with 6-4 win in 14 innings
Cecil tears calf muscle, likely done for postseason
Bautista critical of replay, while Jays question strike zone in Game 2
Caple: Rangers win Game 1 but lose leader Adrian Beltre
Edes: David Price’s playoff problems persist as Jays drop Game 1
Taylor: Banister’s belief helped turn season around
Stats & Info: How to pitch to Josh Donaldson

NL Division Series

Chicago Cubs vs. St. Louis Cardinals

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