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Angels Stay Alive; Phillies Advance To NLCS

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Angels Stay Alive; Phillies Advance To NLCS

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Angels Stay Alive; Phillies Advance To NLCS

Angels Stay Alive; Phillies Advance To NLCS

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The Los Angeles Angels are alive in the American League Division Series after winning a five-hour, 19-minute marathon against Boston, 5-4. That cuts the Red Sox' lead to 2-1 in the best-of-five series. The Philadelphia Phillies are going to the National League Championship Series for the first time since 1993 after eliminating Milwaukee in four games in the first round.

NPR's Tom Goldman talks about the baseball playoffs with Ari Shapiro.

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