Wake me up when the current ALCS at-bat is finished.
I wrote earlier this year that when games go into extra innings, I never want the drama to end. Regular nine-inning games are different, though, because barring a tie, there is a set length. Those nine innings can be brisk. They can be long and filled with drama. They can be tense pitchers' duels. They can be action-packed and high-scoring. They can be many things.
But what they should not be is much, much, much longer ...
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