Postseason push: Will local teams be gone or go on?

  • Updated: March 5, 2014 - 8:05 AM

At different points this winter, each of these four teams have been written off. The Wolves repeatedly have played dead, but they just finished their best road trip (4-1) in years. The Wild spent the holidays in a nasty tailspin, but it now has won five in a row. And both Gophers basketball teams started this week labeled as the last team to get an NCAA bid in the tournaments, according to ESPN’s projections. All four have a chance to make a run, and any or all could fizzle before the finish:

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Cincinnati - WP: M. Lorenzen 7 FINAL
Pittsburgh - LP: J. Locke 1
Miami 2 Top 9th Inning
Washington 1
NY Yankees - WP: M. Pineda 6 FINAL
Toronto - LP: M. Estrada 3
Philadelphia - LP: C. Billingsley 0 FINAL
Atlanta - WP: S. Miller 9
Baltimore - LP: B. Norris 2 FINAL
NY Mets - WP: B. Colon 3
Tampa Bay - LP: D. Smyly 0 FINAL
Boston - WP: R. Porcello 2
Los Angeles 5 Top 7th Inning
Milwaukee 1
Cleveland 3 Bottom 8th Inning
Kansas City 4
Detroit 2 Top 7th Inning
Chicago WSox 5
Oakland 2 Bottom 8th Inning
Minnesota 0
Texas 7 Bottom 7th Inning
Houston 1
Chicago Cubs 4 Bottom 6th Inning
St. Louis 4
Arizona 0 Postponed
Colorado 0
Seattle 0 Bottom 1st Inning
LA Angels 0
San Diego 0 Top 1st Inning
San Francisco 0
Washington 89 4th Qtr 1:20
Atlanta 100
Memphis 9:30 PM
Golden State
Chicago 1 3rd Prd 11:05
Minnesota 0
Anaheim 2 2nd Prd
Calgary 1
San Jose 1 2nd Half 15:00
Houston 0
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