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Astros vs. Rays: Justin Verlander gets ALDS Game 4 start; Tampa Bay goes with bullpen day

CBS Sports Monday, 7 October 2019 ()
Here's how each team's pitching situation looks for the rest of the series
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News video: Charlie Morton, Rays try to prevent the Astros from sweeping ALDS

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Charlie Morton hopes to start the Tampa Bay Rays' comeback in the AL Division Series against the Astros, two years after pitching Houston to its first championship.

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