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Question of the day: Which game are you most anticipating?

Barring postponements, today is the last day you'll see so much baseball this year. On tap are four mystery-filled Division Series games -- including three possible clinchers -- that will roll along through the workday or schoolday and into the night.

It begins at 2 p.m. ET with Texas at Tampa Bay, and two pitchers making their first postseason starts: Matt Harrison for the Rangers and Jeremy Hellickson for the Rays. Texas has a 2-1 series lead and is in position to eliminate Tampa Bay in the American League Division Series for a second year running.

The Phillies and Cardinals have moved to Busch Stadium with their National League series split at a game apiece. St. Louis has more than held its own against the vaunted Philadelphia rotation. Game 3 is scheduled to start at 5 ET. It'll be playoff-tested Cole Hamels on the mound for the Phillies opposite Cardinals left-hander Jaime Garcia.

Detroit will try to knock out the Yankees when they meet for Game 4 of their AL series at 8:30 ET. A.J. Burnett, forced back into the rotation because of rain that eliminated a scheduled off-day, will be on the minds of every Yankees fan going into this one. Will the Good A.J. or Bad A.J. show up? Twenty-two-year-old Rick Porcello will start for the Tigers. It's been a wild series and anything can happen.

Kirk Gibson's D-backs must win, with their series having moved from Milwaukee to Chase Field with the Brewers holding a 2-0 lead. Josh Collmenter, who starts for Arizona opposite Shawn Marcum, did not allow the Brewers a run in 14 innings this season. A year of thrills in Phoenix that included the All-Star Game and a division title comes down to this. The first three games will be on TBS and this will be on TNT.

Today's question: Which of today's games are you looking forward to the most?