Raul Ibanez and Coco Crisp provided walk-off wins for the Yankees and A’s on Wednesday to cap off a busy day of playoff action. Ibanez, who pinch hit for Alex Rodriguez in the ninth inning, played the hero in tying the game in his first at bat and then winning with a walk-off homer in the 12th. Crisp delivered a game-winning single in the bottom of the ninth to cap off a thrilling comeback by the A’s. Both teams play again on Thursday. (Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images, Alex Trautwig/Getty Images, Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)

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Ichiro Suzuki leaps past Matt Wieters to score a run on a double by Robinson Cano in the first inning of Monday’s Orioles-Mariners game. Baltimore rookie Wie-Yin Chen outpitched Yankees veteran Andy Pettitte as the Orioles won 3-2 to even up the ALDS series at 1-1. Game 3 is Wednesday at Yankee Stadium. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)
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Ichiro Suzuki leaps past Matt Wieters to score a run on a double by Robinson Cano in the first inning of Monday’s Orioles-Mariners game. Baltimore rookie Wie-Yin Chen outpitched Yankees veteran Andy Pettitte as the Orioles won 3-2 to even up the ALDS series at 1-1. Game 3 is Wednesday at Yankee Stadium. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

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R.A. Dickey continues to be the biggest surprise of the 2012 MLB season. The Mets knuckleballer became the first major leaguer in 24 years to throw consecutive one-hitters as he struck out 13 in New York’s 5-0 victory over Baltimore on Monday. Dickey, 37, is tied for the major league lead in ERA (2.00), strikeouts (103) and complete games (three). (Simon Bruty/SI)
MACK: Despite numbers, Dickey poor fantasy pitcher
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R.A. Dickey continues to be the biggest surprise of the 2012 MLB season. The Mets knuckleballer became the first major leaguer in 24 years to throw consecutive one-hitters as he struck out 13 in New York’s 5-0 victory over Baltimore on Monday. Dickey, 37, is tied for the major league lead in ERA (2.00), strikeouts (103) and complete games (three). (Simon Bruty/SI)

MACK: Despite numbers, Dickey poor fantasy pitcher

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