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He rescued what was shaping up to be the worst closer situation in the game during the regular season and has become the best there is, bar none.

Not only is he hitting so well, the rest of the embellished story has the remainder of the squad batting a mere .151 with the team's regular first baseman, shortstop, catcher and left fielder accounting for a combined three hits, (one of which was, of course the melodramatic variety a game-winning three-run home run by Jonny Gomes in Game 4). Jon Lester, a question mark the past few years has become a latter-day Whitey Ford, seizing the title of staff ace and stopper by throwing 15 ⅓ innings of one-run ball in the Series, lowering his postseason ERA in 2013 to 1.56 in five starts, four of which were wins and the one loss was on an opposition one-hitter. Now take at the supposed bullpen where the staffs elder statesman, Koji Uehara has become a cross between Greg Maddux and Mariano Rivera.It read: "It's after much thought and sadness that we confirm our separation.It is on amicable terms and we still remain close friends.So, with “Casual,” there are lots of shows about dating, but I liked the twist about Alex running his own online dating service. It’s funny that you ask that because it was actually going to be more of the idea.Obviously, we set it up in the first couple of episodes that this is his job and this is what he does, but we don’t spend that much time in his office or in the world of the online dating space. For our characters, the answer is generally “no.” They find little moments and little pieces, but what makes them happiest is being in the house with their family and going off and having relationships with real people.

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