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Manfred rules out a rule to shorten postseason games

LOS ANGELES - On the day after the longest postseason game in major league history, Commissioner Rob Manfred said he had no intention of introducing any rule designed to shorten playoff games.

The Dodgers and Boston Red Sox played for

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