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What To Expect From Major League Baseball Playoffs

NPR Wednesday, 14 October 2020
Four teams are left in the Major League Baseball playoffs. The Atlanta Braves lead the Los Angeles Dodgers 2-0, and the Tampa Bay Rays could sweep the Houston Astros.
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