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The World Series is set, and its the Red Sox and Cardinals in a rematch of 2004. Both sides made it there with six-game home victories, and both sides had a pitcher named MVP. Michael Wacha of the Cardinals beat Clayton Kershaw twice, while Boston’s Koji Uehara played a part in all four Boston victories (three saves and a win).
As a result of all that, our standings have gotten tighter, and it’s still anyone’s game. With everyone picking the Red Sox, the Cardinals had a lot to do with that, but Uehara helped plenty as well.
So check below for the results of the LCS round, and come back Wednesday evening for the World Series Picks.
|Name||John||KC||Nick B||Nick G|
|Red Sox vs
|Winner||Red Sox||Red Sox||Red Sox||Red Sox|
|MVP||Koji Uehara||Jacoby Ellsbury||Jacoby Ellsbury||David Ortiz|
|MVP||Carlos Beltran||Clayton Kershaw||Carlos Beltran||Hanley Ramirez|