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“PHILLIES 9, ROCKIES 5: RHP Manuel Corpas self-destructed in the Phillies 'four-run ninth inning.”
“The Rangers, who had never won a postseason series or a home playoff game before this year, dispatched the $200 million-plus Bronx Bombers with little drama – especially after a four-run outburst in the fifth inning snapped a 1-all tie.”
“While it is rarely ever an indication of success in the regular season, the team has shown signs of good baseball over the past few weeks in Florida, including overcoming a four-run deficit in the ninth inning against the Atlanta Braves on Monday afternoon.”
“The Braves carried a four-run lead over the Pirates into the seventh inning that night, when Bobby Cox removed starting pitcher Chuck James.”
“Watching this game at home, I relived the July 10 and 11 games in this haunted house; games in which the Yankees blew four-run leads in disastrous losses, and wondered if history was repeating itself as the Angels loaded the bases with two outs.”
“Staked to an early 3-0 lead, then relinquishing it in a four-run third, Sabathia angrily stormed off the U.S. Cellular Field mound.”
“Fresh off a blown save against Boston Sunday and a loss versus the Angels Tuesday, Rivera entered with a four-run lead and two men on base in the ninth inning.”
“Reserve Willie Harris sparked a four-run rally with a two-out single in the eighth, and in the ninth, the rarely used Scott Hairston did the same, drilling the first pitch he saw into the left-field seats.”
“Pac and push athlete Elana Meyers won bronze Wednesday with a four-run time of 3: 33.40, finishing behind gold medalist and Canada-1 pilot Kaillie Humphries (3: 32.28) and Canada-2 pilot Helen Upperton (3: 33.13).”
“The Mets erased a four-run deficit with six runs in the ninth inning to avoid being swept in the three-game series.”
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