Phillies-Giants and Yankees-Rangers: The Way Baseball Was Meant to Be

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Phillies-Giants and Yankees-Rangers: The Way Baseball Was Meant to Be
With the Texas Rangers 5-1 victory over the Tampa Bay Rays on Tuesday, the four teams vieing for the 2010 World Series have been set. In the National League, it is the Philadelphia Phillies against the San Francisco Giants. In the American League, the defending World Series champion New York Yankees face off against the Texas Rangers. If you love pitching, these are the matchup you dream about: Odds on favorite for the 2010 Cy Young award Roy Halladay, of the Phillies, against the Giants Tim Lincecum, who was 16-10 for the Giants in the opening game of the NLCS on Saturday.

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