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LOS ANGELES (AP) — The third game of the National League Division Series between the Dodgers and Nationals is being played this afternoon in Los Angeles. Washington evened up the best of five series yesterday afternoon in the nation's capital before jetting west for today's game.

BOSTON (AP) — The Red Sox are in a must win situation today as they entertain Cleveland. The Indians won the first two games of the American League Division Series and can wrap it up today with a win. Josh Tomlin is going for the Indians against Boston's Clay Buchholz.

SAN FR ANCSICO (AP) — In the final playoff game of the day, the Giants are playing for their professional lives as they entertain the Cubs. Chicago won the opening two games of the series back home and would advance to the National League Championship Series with a win this evening. It's a great pitching matchup with Jake Arrieta (ehr-ee-ET'-uh) facing Madison Bumgarner.

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — This evening's NFL game has the Panthers at home to Tampa Bay. Carolina quarterback Cam Newton will be on the sidelines as he is still dealing with a concussion he suffered in last week's game. Each team is 1-3 coming into the contest.

CLEVELAND (AP) — Tom Brady came back to the Patriots and the NFL firing on all cylinders yesterday. He passed for three scores as New England walked all over Cleveland 33-13.

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