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Which Player’s Injury Is More Significant, Ray Lewis or Derek Jeter? — Sports Survey of the Day

Ray Lewis and Derek Jeter are both the longtime leaders of their respective teams, and now both are out until next year. Which player's injury is more significant?

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Can a Team Win Without Its Captain? — Sports Survey of the Day

When a big-name player on your team goes down, it's makes things tougher—and that goes double in the postseason.

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2012 NLCS Preview: San Francisco Giants vs. St. Louis Cardinals

Baseball's last two World Series champions face off for the National League pennant. The Cardinals and Giants advanced to the best-of-seven National League Championship Series by improbable and historic rallies over less-experienced opponents. Game 1 is set for Sunday night, as St. Louis' Lance Lynn opposes San Francisco's Madison Bumgarner at AT&T Park. Here's a preview of the 2012 NLCS:

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2012 ALCS Preview: New York Yankees vs. Detroit Tigers

After each team defeated upstart opponents in the division series, the New York Yankees and Detroit Tigers advanced to the best-of-seven American League Championship Series. Game 1 is set for Saturday night, as Detroit's Doug Fister opposes New York's Andy Pettitte at Yankee Stadium. Here's a preview of the 2012 ALCS:

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Should Baseball’s Divison Series Be Best-of-Seven? — Sports Survey of the Day

The World Series is a best-of-seven matchup, as is the League Championship Series. So why not the divisional round?

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2012 MLB Playoffs: Detroit Tigers and San Francisco Giants Advance to LCS

Two of baseball's final four teams are set after one division series in each league reached its conclusion on Thursday. The two remaining division series have their fifth and deciding games scheduled for Friday

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Oakland A’s Pitcher Brave Comeback

The MLB playoffs are underway and we all have our favorite teams that we are rooting for to win. However, sometimes what happens in life puts in prospective how trivial sports can be. Don't get me wrong, I love sports, but the story of Oakland A's relief pitcher, Pat Neshek will make you put team allegiance aside.

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What Are You Watching Tonight, Baseball Playoffs or Thursday-Night Football? — Sports Survey of the Day

Football long ago surpassed baseball as America's most popular sport. But with the baseball playoffs now in full swing, are people giving up a little football to watch some more baseball?

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10 Unlikely Baseball Playoff Heroes

It seems like every postseason, some previously unknown or under-appreciated player plays a major role in his team playoff victory. This year's winner so far is Raul Ibanez, who helped propel the Yankees to a stunning win on Wednesday after he pinch hit for Alex Rodriguez in the ninth inning and homered to tie the game against Baltimore. Then it was Ibanez again in the 12th, this time homering to win the game for New York.

Here's a look back at some of the most unlikely star company Ibanez now keeps in the annals of baseball history:

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Don Larsen Pitches Perfect Game

On this day, October 8, 1956, is the day Don Larsen of the New York Yankees pitched a perfect game in the World Series. That means no runs, no hits and no errors…not one base runner the entire game. Larsen’s perfect game is the only one in Major League Baseball postseason and World Series history. The last batter Larsen faced was Brooklyn Dodgers pinch hitter Dale Mitchell, who was called out on a third strike.

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