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The Cleveland Indians celebrate winning Game 4 of the ALDS in New York.  (Jeff Zelevansky/
Grady Sizemore led off the game with a home run, Jhonny Peralta added an RBI single in the first, and the Indians never looked back, defeating the Yankees, 6-4, in Game 4 of the ALDS. Instead of returning to Cleveland for Game 5, they'll play the Red Sox in the ALCS on Friday in Boston. 
David Ortiz and Manny Ramirez hit back-to-back homers for the first time this season as the Red Sox completed an ALDS sweep with a 9-1 win over the Angels.  MoreĀ >

Indians advance to ALCS
Closer Joe Borowski strikes out the Yankees' Jorge Posada to send the Indians to the ALCS.  video  400K
Martinez snags liner
Victor Martinez stops Hideki Matsui's liner for the second out of the third.  video  400K
Lofton's sliding catch
Indians left fielder Kenny Lofton makes a sliding catch to end the bottom of the first inning.  video  400K
Damon's running catch
Johnny Damon makes a running catch at the wall to end the ninth inning.  video  400K
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The Indians finish off the Yankees to advance to an ALCS showdown with the Red Sox. Video  400K

The Indians are headed to the American League Championship Series and a date with the Red Sox as veteran Paul Byrd's crafty mound work and a fast start were enough to eliminate the Yankees, 6-4, in Game 4 of the best-of-five ALDS on Monday night in New York.  More > 
It was a game of threes for Boston on Sunday: In Game 3 of the ALDS, the troika of Curt Schilling, Manny Ramirez and David Ortiz led the way in helping the Red Sox trounce the Angels, 9-1, to sweep the series in three games. Now the Sox await the winner of the Indians-Yankees series in the ALCS, which starts Friday at Fenway. More > 
Indians win series, 3-1
Game Matchup Day Date Time ET TV
Gm 1 NYY 3 @ CLE 12 Thu Oct. 4    
Gm 2 NYY 1 @ CLE 2 Fri Oct. 5    
Gm 3 CLE 4 @ NYY 8 Sun Oct. 7    
Gm 4 CLE 6 @ NYY 4 Mon Oct. 8    
Red Sox win series, 3-0
Game Matchup Day Date Time ET TV
Gm 1 LAA 0 @ BOS 4 Wed Oct. 3    
Gm 2 LAA 3 @ BOS 6 Fri Oct. 5    
Gm 3 BOS 9 @ LAA 1 Sun Oct. 7    
The Diamondbacks are heading to the National League Championship Series to face the division rival Rockies after sweeping the Cubs behind a 5-1 victory in Game 3 at Wrigley Field on Saturday night. Chris Young got the ball rolling with a home run on the first pitch of the game, and Arizona's defense turned four double plays to back winning pitcher Livan Hernandez. More > 
Neither the stubborn Phillies nor a delay caused by the lights going out at Coors Field could short-circuit the Rockies' roll as they swept Philadelphia to earn their first berth in the National League Championship Series. Colorado pitchers gave up just three hits, and Jeff Baker produced the winning run with an RBI pinch-single in the eighth inning for a 2-1 victory. More > 
Diamondbacks win series, 3-0
Game Matchup Day Date Time ET TV
Gm 1 CHC 1 @ ARI 3 Wed Oct. 3    
Gm 2 CHC 4 @ ARI 8 Thu Oct. 4    
Gm 3 ARI 5 @ CHC 1 Sat Oct. 6    
Rockies win series, 3-0
Game Matchup Day Date Time ET TV
Gm 1 COL 4 @ PHI 2 Wed Oct. 3    
Gm 2 COL 10 @ PHI 5 Thu Oct. 4    
Gm 3 PHI 1 @ COL 2 Sat Oct. 6    

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