Randy Hollis: Major League Baseball postseason playoffs have been a drama-filled hit, so far
That's why we love postseason baseball — ninth-inning rallies, clutch home runs, maddening missed opportunities, unsung heroes rising to the occasion and gutsy pitching performances by guys like Sabathia and Verlander.
The two upcoming league championship series will definitely have to go some to surpass those four division series for drama.
And while I'm disappointed that my Orioles' postseason ride is over, I know they had a great run and, with a solid young team that's only going to get better, I'm confident that they'll make good on that promise from "The Terminator."
You know the one: "I'll be b-a-a-a-ck."
Besides, it could be worse. I could be a Nationals fan, or a Reds fan.
Or, worse yet, a Cubs fan.
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