You get today off to recharge your batteries a bit, then it's back to the grind, back to the fairy tale and back to the madness as one of the greatest stories in this city's rich baseball history continues to unfold page by page.
Inside the enemy clubhouses
Miguel Cabrera threatening to win the triple crown
Pettitte's return gives the Yankees a lift
A's starter Brett Anderson leaves loss to Tigers early
Maddon not blaming hitting coach for Rays' offensive struggles
Tweet of the night
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