Hot Clicks: Lindsay Ellingson; Baseball's Year of Albert comes to a close
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Baseball had one of its best years in 2011. The final day of the regular season, specifically the 129 minutes between 9:56 p.m. and 12:05 a.m., saw the Red Sox (with the help of chicken and beer) and Braves cement two of the biggest collapses in baseball history. The Braves allowed the Cardinals to sneak in the playoffs as the National League wildcard. Three weeks later, the Cardinals were World Series champions. Six weeks after that, franchise icon Albert Pujols left St. Louis for a 10-year, $254 million payday with the Angels. Here's a recap of the year in baseball.