On tap: This is it, the final week of the 2012 fantasy baseball season. It's an extended "week" of 10 days ending Wednesday, Oct. 3, plus any necessary tiebreaker games. By "tiebreaker games," I mean additional games needed to settle playoff positioning, not the wild-card play-in games. For example: Should the Baltimore Orioles and New York Yankees tie for first place in the American League East while also sharing the same record with the Oakland Athletics for the two AL wild-card spots, the Orioles and Yankees would require a one-game playoff to decide their division, a game played Thursday, Oct. 4, that would count in ESPN leagues.
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