Postseason Papers: Rays-Red Sox series ships up to Boston

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

Joe Maddon is debating whether to use Scott Kazmir in Game 5 or Game 6. [St. Pete Times]

The Rays' manager does not think his team will be intimidated by playing playoff baseball in Fenway. [St. Pete Times]

The Rays, including Evan Longoria and his paisley tie (right) have heart to spare writes Martin Fennelly. [Tampa Tribune]

Dan Shaughnessy has some interesting notes from the ALCS. [Boston Globe]

Game 4 starter Jon Lester enjoys the postseason atmosphere. [Boston Globe]

Josh Beckett wants everybody to know that he is OK. [Boston Globe]

Hiroki Kuroda and the Dodgers sent a message that everybody can understand writes Bill Plaschke. [LA Times]

T.J. Simers believes that Manny Ramirez is the Dodgers' team leader. [LA Times]

Joe Torre feels that Game 4 starter Derek Lowe is ready to pitch on three days' rest. [LA Times]

The Dodgers showed they had fire in Game 3 writes Steve Dilbeck. [LA Daily News]

Shane Victorino and company knew that a purpose pitch was coming, they just weren't excited about where it went. []

The Phillies opened the door for the Dodgers writes Phil Sheridan. []

Jamie Moyer's confidence doesn't seem to be shaken after getting rocked in Game 3, but will Charlie Manuel put him back on the mound in a possible Game 7? []

Charlie Manuel believes his mom would want him to finish out the season. []

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