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Morning Coffee! Baseball Season Is Over Edition

Good morning, New York sports fans! Teams in other cities still have games to play, but as far as we are concerned the 2011 baseball season officially died Thursday night when Jose Valverde struck out Alex Rodriguez to end the New York Yankees season in Game 5 of the ALDS. 

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Here is your morning look at the regional sports scene:

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Yankees Vs. Tigers: Detroit Advances To ALCS With 3-2 Victory: The Yankees' high-priced, star-studded lineup could not deliver a big hit when the Yankees needed one Thursday night. The Yankees left the bases loaded twice, and stranded 11 runners in all, as their season went up in smoke.

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New York Rangers 2011-12 NHL Season Preview: Jimmy Hascup breaks down what we can expect from the Blueshirts this season. The Rangers open the season this afternoon.

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New Jersey Devils Season Outlook: Looking To Return To Playoff Form: A.J. Manderichio breaks down what to expect from the Devils, who are looking to get back to the playoffs following a disappointing season.

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Conference Realignment: TCU Leaving Big East For Big 12: The  Big East suffered another devastating blow Thursday when it was learned that TCU won't be joining the conference. Rather, it will go to the Big 12. You have to wonder if there will be a Big East Conference in a couple of years.

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