Found October 18, 2012 on The Outside Corner:
Regardless of all four of the "underdog" teams getting eliminated in the Division Series, we're having a pretty awesome postseason. We've had walkoffs, we've had comebacks, we've had stunning collapses, we've had dominant pitchers, we've had dominant hitters, and we've had everything in between. But as of right now, I'm not sure if we have anything that will go down in history. In the Cardinals' comeback over the Nationals in game five of the NLDS, it was more of an accumulation of moments than one defining moment. When the Giants came back to beat the Reds after being down 2-0, there wasn't much to take away from that series in terms of moments. Coco Crisp's walkoff single in game four of the ALDS between the A's and Tigers could go down as a big moment, as long as you ignore Justin Verlander turning Oakland into sashimi in game five. The most defining moment of the playoffs so far is probably Raul Ibanez's 12th inning w...
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