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Postseason Papers: Red Sox stage a comeback for the ages

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Each October morning, the Stew will take a look at what they're writing about in the hometown papers of the postseason teams

The Red Sox got their October magic back writes Dan Shaughnessy. [Boston Globe]

The Red Sox victory was improbable writes Bob Ryan. [Globe]

Coco Crisp was a little choked up after getting the game-tying hit in the eighth inning. [Globe]

The Rays are going to have to tune out all the negativity now. [Boston Globe]

J.D. Drew came through in the clutch again last night writes Adam Kilgore. [Boston Globe]

The Rays learned a painful lesson last night writes Ron Borges. [Boston Herald]

For the first time in a while, the Rays bullpen did not come through. [Tampa Tribune]

Joe Maddon just wants to turn the page writes Joe Henderson. [Tampa Tribune]

Out of all the amazing things that have happened during this season for the Rays, last night's game was the most amazing ... and unthinkable writes Martin Fennelly. [Tampa Tribune]

Scott Kazmir proved last night that Joe Maddon is a genius writes John Romano. [St. Pete Times]

The Phillies have worked hard for their shot at a World Series writes Rich Hofmann. []

Bob Ford recounts the scene from the Phillies' clubhouse after they clinched the NLCS. []

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