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The Red Sox have their beards and the Tigers their bankrupt city, but the Moneyball boys from Oakland and the Pirates, who had their first winning season in 21 years, are eliminated. Host Scott Simon talks to NPR's Tom Goldman about the week's sports news, checking in on the Major League Championship Series and the early weeks of the NFL season.
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