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- For 3rd time in 5 years, Nats must move on from NLDS exit
- Giants committed to fixing bullpen woes for '17
- No relief for managers on when to use closers in postseason
- Baker hopes NLDS umps call balks on Kershaw
- Baker, Roberts stir things up with balk talk before NLDS
- Kershaw's postseason woes a mystery entering LA-Nats opener
- Nationals' Trea Turner brings blast of speed into October
- Pirates head into offseason with plenty to work on
- Cubs? Kershaw? Big Papi? Plenty of playoff questions pop up
- Prado to serve as player-manager for Marlins in finale
Cubs' Schwarber not cleared to play in field
Priceless? Median cost of Wrigley ticket hits $3K
Indians set to move DH Santana into Wrigley's LF
Nats' Rizzo: 'Successful season that ended poorly'
Report: Alcohol factored in Fernandez boat crash
Sources: Cespedes to opt out with $47.5M left
Blengino: The most and least expected All-Stars
Schwarber not disappointed that he can't play outfield
Kyle Schwarber says it was a "long shot" to be medically cleared to play the outfield and looks forward to contributing for the Cubs as a pinch hitter for the next three games at Wrigley Field.
Epstein says Schwarber won't play field at Wrigley
Cubs president of baseball operations Theo Epstein discusses the decision to keep Kyle Schwarber from playing outfield for the next three games of the World Series at Wrigley Field and what the doctors have said about his recovery so far.
Legend of Schwarber growing
Kyle Schwarber has come back from having reconstruction surgery on his ACL to have a big impact on the Cubs in the World Series and his legend continues to grow.