Jaffe: A brief history of 3-1 comebacks in the LCS
From SABR member Jay Jaffe at Hit and Run on October 22, 2012:
The Giants staved off elimination yet again on Sunday night, beating the Cardinals 6-1 to force the National League Championship Series to a decisive Game 7. Since the LCS expanded from five games to seven in 1985, eight teams trailing 3-games-to-1 have rallied to extended the series to a seventh game, and six of them won to advance to the World Series, along the way producing some of the most memorable — and infamous — moments in postseason history.
Here’s a look back at those comebacks.
1985: Royals over Blue Jays
After losing the first two games in Toronto, the Royals narrowly avoided defeat in Game 3 at home, clawing their way back from a 5-2 deficit that saw ace Bret Saberhagen chased early.
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