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PSA Comments of the Day 10/27/14: The Giants take Game 5. Madison Bumgarner is a tad unfair.

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The Giants took Game 5 of the World Series last night behind the incredibly brilliant pitching performance of Madison Bumgarner. The Royals

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Well done indeed, Twitter. Well done, Andrew.

You know, perhaps I'm being too hard on the New York Jets here. Then again, they did turnover the ball six times. One could argue that I'm not being harsh enough.

Case in point. To be fair though, Michael Vick did horrible, horrendous things. One could argue that it's still not harsh enough

One could argue that a post involving Super Creepy Rob Lowe does not deserve a COTD award.

Harlan did well in giving us a perfect visual of what the Steelers were wearing yesterday!

Finally, e-sham gets a COTD award for his on point post about the Tanaka situation this year.

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The Giants take Game 5 of the World Series and are now only one more win away from defeating the Royals. To say Madison Bumgarner is good at pitching would be a gross understatement at this point. He has been nothing short of incredible. The World Series now moves back to Kansas City. On a much sadder note, yesterday Cardinals player Oscar Taveras and his girlfriend Edilia Arvelo were killed in a tragic car accident in the Dominican Republic. Jeff Sullivan wrote a very nice article on Fangraphs about this tragedy. All of our condolences and best wishes to his family and friends.

R.I.P. Oscar Taveras