ALCS


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ALCS

abbr.
American League Championship Series
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To perform "correlated power" energy monitoring, the control signal from ALCS to luminaire, for example 0-10-V control, is recorded over time for each luminaire in the system.
280 hitter in 28 ALCS games, with seven home runs and 24 RBIs.
Additional ALCS highlights provided by TBS add some context in their favor in regards to when the games were played:
You won't pay anything at all if ALCS don't collect any money for you.
The White Sox's bullpen pitched just two-thirds of an inning in the entire five-game ALCS.
After just one at-bat Friday, Guerrero had as many hits as he had in 20 at-bats of the ALCS.
He was the beneficiary of the infamous call by umpire Doug Eddings when Kelvim Escobar pitched a low third strike in the ninth inning of ALCS Game 2.
NOTE: Game 6 of the NLCS between the Giants and Phillies now has a start time of 7:57pm ET on FOX due to the Rangers clinching the ALCS.
Chone Figgins, the Angels' leadoff hitter, did the same for the Angels all season but has failed to do so in the ALCS.
Angels hitting coach Mickey Hatcher said he thinks Guerrero is swinging the bat well, but Guerrero has been especially aggressive at the plate, seeing just 27 pitches in his 11 at-bats in the three ALCS games.
5 million viewers is the largest for any LCS game since the Dodgers-Mets Game 7 in 1988 and for an ALCS game since the Angels-Brewers Game 5 in 1982.
Both CBS and NBC were wise to pull first-run episodes of their popular ``CSI'' and ``Friends'' on Thursday night to avoid being squashed by the Yankees-Red Sox seventh game of the ALCS, which would go head-to-head in most of the country.