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Arizona Diamondbacks Daily Dose: Nationals Interview Andy Green


The city of Toronto finally got to host their first ALCS game in 22 years, and the Blue Jays offense decided to wake up at the Rodgers Centre after doing next to nothing during the first two games in Kansas City. There were plenty of fireworks, mini Joey Bautista was calling shots, and their were plenty of majestic home runs to go around. All in all it added up to a 11-8 Blue Jays win and a 2-1 series lead for the Royals with two games left in Toronto.

Meanwhile the NLCS continues tonight as Joe Maddon and the Cubs will ask Kyle Hendricks to pitch the game of his life and avoid a 3-0 series deficit to the Mets. Today marks the first time the NLCS has been at Wrigley Field in twelve years. For any baseball fan, this is going to be a treat.

Meanwhile, there is nothing happening with the Arizona Diamondbacks and that is not really surprising. Expect the Hot Stove to start picking up after the World Series ends. For now enjoy postseason baseball!

Around the MLB:

Blue Jays Crushed by Royals, lose momentum from win in Game 3, down 3-1-Jays Journal

Miguel Montero‘s bat needs to come alive-Cubbies Crib

Matt Harvey Feeling Better, On Track for Game 5-Rising Apple

Nationals interview Ron Gardenhire as they search for a manager-District on Deck

Diamondbacks Links:

Nationals interview D-backs third-base coach Andy GreenDistrict on Deck

Lets make more Zieglers-Inside the Zona

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