MLB Playoffs: ALCS Game Six, Yankees at Rangers, Friday 10/22, 7 pm CT

An umpire gets one right: Cody Ross of the Giants is tagged out at third base by Placido Polanco of the Phillies in the fourth inning in Game Five of the NLCS during the 2010 MLB Playoffs at AT&T Park on October 21 2010 in San Francisco. (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)

The Giants couldn't close out the Phillies last night. It was another good game, and let me give credit where it's due -- to the umpires. There were a number of close plays last night. We don't have replay review yet, but replays shown on Fox confirmed that umpires didn't miss any calls, at least not that I could tell.

So the teams will head to Philadelphia today where they'll play game six tomorrow. That game will be at 3 pm CT -- unless the Rangers close out the Yankees tonight, in which case it'll be moved to prime time (7 pm CT).

Tonight, the Rangers' Colby Lewis will face the Yankees' Phil Hughes. The Rangers have won only one home game in the 2010 postseason -- so we may very well see Cliff Lee tomorrow, pitching a Game Seven, one of the primary reasons the Rangers got him in the first place.

7 pm CDT, TBS: Yankees at Rangers. Rangers lead series 3-2. Announcers: Ernie Johnson, Ron Darling and John Smoltz.

MLB.com Gameday for ALCS Game Six

SB Nation game preview for ALCS Game Six

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