Major League Baseball's regular season ended yesterday with the kind of day that would warm the commissioner's heart: fans cheering from coast to coast, a towering achievement for one very good hitter, and the promise of even more excitement to come as the playoffs begin. NPR sports correspondent Tom Goldman has been tracking this season. He's on the line.
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The presidential candidates said so much last night so quickly on so many issues at the debate in Denver that what we'll try to do next is slow it down. We're taking a close read of statements by President Obama and Mitt Romney on stage. We have correspondents here in Washington and at the debate center in Denver. Now, let's start by listening again to a disagreement the candidates had early on.