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Here we are, guys. Just two series separate us from finding out who is going to represent their league in the Fall Classic.

The Dodgers and the Cubs shifts to the west coast all knotted at 1, but should the Dodgers be up 2-0 going back? We discuss if the Cubs have need to be worried about their road to raising the W at season’s end.

In the American League, the Cleveland Indians are dismantling the Toronto Blue Jays. The offense is nonexistent and Andrew Miller is pitching lights out. Do we think Miller was the better trade over Aroldis Chapman? Plus, how can Aroldis Chapman improve his game to become the most dominant closer in baseball today, and possibly, in history?

Lastly, a huge honor for us. Jen Powal, the only active female umpire in professional baseball joins us to talk about her road into Minor League Baseball, what it is like day in and day out, and how other women out there can find there way out onto the baseball diamond.

Remember, everyone, never let anyone tell you that you cannot do it. Jen is an inspiration and we have more where that came from. Stay tuned over the coming weeks for more on women in baseball as we open a new series on a show that always finds you the good stuff that comes Out of Left Field.

Listen to “Out of Left Field:Playoffs and Part 1 Women in Baseball/ Jen Powal!” on Spreaker.