NLCS


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NLCS

abbr.
National League Championship Series
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The Cubs stayed alive with a win over the Dodgers in Game 4 of the NLCS on Wednesday night at Wrigley Field, keeping their slim hopes alive.
After winning Game 3, the Dodgers were given -2300 betting odds to win the NLCS, via (http://www.
As reported yesterday by Maury Brown at our sister site, the Biz of Baseball, Cablevision has yanked three stations in the two markets: "Cablevision customers in Philadelphia and New York will not see Game1 of the NLCS between the Giants and Philles.
The NLCS study received approval by the Medical Ethical Committees of the University Hospital Maastricht and TNO Quality of Life, Zeist, The Netherlands.
Glavine had been brilliant in the 1995 World Series, the 1999 NLCS - against the Mets - and in the 2001 NLCS, all with the Braves.
The significance of and threats to these cultural resources were underscored in 2005 when the National Trust for Historic Places listed the entire NLCS as one of the nation's most endangered historic places.
Most of the NLCS equipment, by itself, is deceptively simple, but some requires a considerable amount of training before successful emplacement and operation.
The fact that the cameras offer motion detection and PTZ functionality, and the system doesn't overwhelm the NLCS network made the MOBOTIX solution ideal," said Kim Hartman, CEO, Surveillance Secure, the systems integrator on the project.
How much of a mental lift did Javier Baez get by hitting 2 home runs after starting the NLCS 0-for-20?
Here's a look at the schedule for both the ALCS and NLCS, including dates, start times and TV channels:
Davis, whose 116 career Postseason games officiated are a Major League record, will lead an NLCS crew that includes regular season crew chief Ted Barrett, Mark Carlson, Bruce Dreckman, Mike Everitt and Greg Gibson.
Instead, too many get sucked into the changeups thrown out by the Nielsen nincompoops, misconstrued data that continues to insist that no matter how far a these series go -- four games in the ALCS or seven in the NLCS -- it keeps looking worse percentage-wise when compared to years gone by, and media writers love to regurgitate them as proof that the sport is struggling.