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    Not a good start for the Angels. Beckett was dominating.

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    I like both the Angels and the Red Sox so I'm cheering for them both!
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    Who are these Colo. Rockies? Good grief. They are kicking butt & not even bothering to take any names.

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    Quote Originally Posted by razorbacker;2599417;
    Who are these Colo. Rockies? Good grief. They are kicking butt & not even bothering to take any names.
    They are my team--that's who! Oh, and they just beat the Phillies 10-5 and lead the series 2-0 playing on the road.

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    I'm from New England, so of course I am hoping for the Red Sox to win it all. I'd been thinking, though, that if that is not to be, I wouldn't mind seeing the Cubs and the Indians in the WS, with either winning.

    I have to say, though, I do have to give it up for the Rockies.
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    Speaking of, this was pretty decent of the Rockies.

    ESPN - Rockies vote playoff share to Coolbaugh's widow - MLB

    Rockies to share postseason payout with Coolbaugh's widow

    Besides their surprising 14-1 finish to the season, the Colorado Rockies are giving baseball fans another reason to cheer for them this postseason.

    The widow of Rockies minor league coach Mike Coolbaugh, who died after getting hit by a line drive this season, will be granted a full share of the team's playoff winnings after a team vote.

    Rockies manager Clint Hurdle said the gesture spoke volumes about the quality of the character in their locker room.

    "I was passed on the information that they voted Amanda Coolbaugh a share, a full share, which I found speaks to their awareness, speaks to their passion, speaks to every good thing about them," Hurdle said.

    Coolbaugh, who is 32 and pregnant, won't attend Saturday's Game 3 of the NLDS between the Phillies and Rockies at Coors Field. But her two sons, Joseph, 5, and Jacob, 3, will be in attendance and will throw out the first pitch.

    "When I heard about what the players did, I almost cried," Rockies general manager Dan O'Dowd said. "This was the players' idea. I think it's remarkable."

    Mike Coolbaugh was a first base coach for the Tulsa Drillers. The former major leaguer was killed July 22.

    Shaken by Coolbaugh's death, Rockies first base coach Glenallen Hill now wears a helmet.

    Shortstop Troy Tulowitzki said awarding the family a share was the right thing to do.

    "We're obviously happy with the decision,'' Tulowitzki said on Thursday. "I hope they are, too, and I'm sure they will be.''

    Information from The Associated Press was used in this report.

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    That is fantastic of the Rockies to do that.
    The Indians are kicking the Yankees butt right now.

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    I have the utmost respect for that team and their decision...it speaks volumes about them....Bless them!
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    Tribe wins game 1 12-3!

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    Cleveland! I would love to see them wipe the floors with the Yankees.
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