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PHILLIES QUOTE OF THE DAY

"Only on what to pack."

SS Jimmy Rollins on whether it was tough waiting to see if they'd play the Rays or the Red Sox

Rays quote of the day

"There's a lot of synchronicity going on right here."

Manager Joe Maddon on having homefield advantage due to Scott Kazmir's All-Star Game win, on playing the Phillies in his home state of Pennsylvania and other coincidences

Morning after quote of the day

"It was great; I knew it wasn't a dream because my arm was hurting too much."

RHP Matt Garza, on realizing Monday the Rays really were going to the Series

Today's schedule

11-4: World Series trophy on display at St. Petersburg City Hall

1 p.m.: Rays workout at Tropicana Field

3 p.m.: Phillies workout at Tropicana Field

International incidents

Through MLB International, the Series games will be broadcast in 13 languages to 229 countries and territories, as well as to nearly 1-million U.S. and Canadian Armed Forces personnel at bases and on ships around the world. There will be live broadcast crews from the Dominican Republic, Japan, Mexico, Panama, Singapore and Venezuela.

Odds on

Among myriad odds posted by the Internet betting site bodoglife.com

Series Finish Odds

Phillies.......4-0..........10-1

Phillies...... 4-1..........7/2

Phillies...... 4-2..........7/2

Phillies...... 4-3..........9/1

Rays.......... 4-0..........17/2

Rays.......... 4-1..........9/2

Rays.......... 4-2..........5/2

Rays.......... 4-3..........15/2

Headlines of the day

Think New Yorkers aren't taking a little glee in the Rays knocking off the hated Red Sox? The New York Post's back cover showed Dioner Navarro jumping into the arms of David Price with the headline, "Dead Sox." Meantime, the New York Daily News cover had a jubilant Akinori Iwamura jumping into the air with the headline, "Ray To Go!"

Number of the day

65Minutes it took for the Rays to sell out Games 1 and 2 Monday via Internet presale.

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