postseason All-Star

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  • He allowed one hit and struck out four in his only postseason appearance. ...
  • This is the first time that these two teams met in the postseason. ...
  • One postseason all-star game changed both its location and name. ...
  • The two teams have met four times in the postseason, with each team winning two games. ...
  • The league in the past generally takes a several week break between the regular season and postseason. ...
  • He only got one chance in the postseason and he certainly made the most of it.
  • For his efforts, he was named to the league's postseason all-star team. ...
  • No player has ever hit four home runs in a postseason game (the record is three). ...
  • Despite his solid season, he was originally not expected to make a start in the postseason.
  • However, the first two games of a postseason series are hosted by the same team. ...
  • He started each of the final ten regular season games and opened two of three postseason contests. ...
  • Both teams have made the postseason as a National League wild card twice. ...
  • He recorded a goal and five points during the postseason. ...
  • During the bowl's existence it was generally the first bowl game played during the postseason. ...
  • He is also known, however, for some high profile missed field goal attempts in postseason games. ...
  • However, neither of these teams were ultimately successful in the postseason. ...
  • His best performances in his career came in the postseason. ...
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