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'Nobody's ready to go home:' Manager Dusty Baker's old-school decisions pay off for Astros in ALCS Game 4

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Manager Dusty Baker made all the right moves in Game 4 of the ALCS, including keeping Zack Greinke in to pitch in the sixth inning against the Rays.
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