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MLB playoffs: Rangers-Yankees in ALCS, Giants-Phillies in NLCS

The American League Championship Series starts Friday with Texas playing the New York Yankees. the National League CS starts Saturday; the World Series Oct. 27. The Yankees were the first team to advance to the CS, with their sweep of the Twins. The Phillies advanced with a sweep of the Reds. The Giants advanced Monday night, sending Bobby Cox into retirement. Texas finished off on Tampa Bay Tuesday night.

American League Division Series

Wednesday, Oct. 6
Game 1: Texas 5, Tampa Bay 1
Game 1: New York Yankees 6, Minnesota 4

Thursday, Oct. 7
Game 2: Texas 6, Tampa Bay 0
Game 2: New York Yankees 5, Minnesota 2

Saturday, Oct.9
Game 3: Tampa Bay 6, Texas 3
Game 3: New York Yankees 6, Minnesota 1

Sunday, Oct. 10
Game 4 Tampa Bay 5, Texas 2

Tuesday, Oct. 12
Game 5: Texas 5, Tampa Bay 1

National League Division Series

Wednesday, Oct. 6
Game 1: Philadelphia 4, Cincinnati 0

Thursday, Oct. 7
Game 1: San Francisco 1, Atlanta 0

Friday, Oct. 8
Game 2: Philadelphia 7, Cincinnati 4
Game 2: Atlanta 5, San Francisco 4 (11 innings)

Sunday, Oct. 10
Game 3: Philadelphia 2, Cincinnati 0
Game 3: San Francisco 3, Atlanta 2

Monday, Oct. 11
Game 4: San Francisco 3, Atlanta 2

By Cindy Boren  | October 13, 2010; 5:20 AM ET
Categories:  MLB  
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