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MOSS POINT, Miss. (AP) — As rain and wind from Sally starting reaching the Gulf Coast, the manager of a Mississippi alligator ranch was just hoping he wouldn’t have to deal with a repeat of what happened during Hurricane Katrina.

That’s when about 250 alligators escaped their enclosures as storm surge pushed water over the grounds.

But this time, the storm slid east and spared the ranch.

“I’m thinking a sigh of relief somewhat,” said manager Tim Parker, who took over Gulf Coast Gator Ranch & Tours after Katrina.

Earlier this week, forecasters said Hurricane Sally could push up to 9 feet (2.7 meters) of ocean water surging into the swamps and wetlands where the gators roam, floating them up and over the fences around the farm. As the hurricane moved east of Mississippi, the surge forecast was reduced to no more than 4 feet (1.2 meters).

Parker’s farm has alligators up to 14 feet long, roaming and swimming through ponds, sand dunes and tall marsh grass. Visitors can take air boat rides or walking paths to see the gators in their natural habitat and learn about the animals. It’s been around about 45 years.

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LEADING OFF: 9 of 16 playoff spots open going into last week

A look at what’s happening around the majors on Monday:


Fernando Tatis Jr. and the Padres are headed to the playoffs, so are DJ LeMahieu and the Yankees. But going into this last week, a lot of postseason spots are still wide open.

San Diego and the Yankees clinched berths in the expanded 16-team field Sunday. Yet overall, only seven slots are claimed.

Tampa Bay, Oakland, the White Sox and Minnesota also have earned AL spots, and Cleveland, Toronto and Houston have the inside track on the three remaining positions.

But the NL playoff picture is a scramble — only the Dodgers and Padres are in so far. Atlanta and the Cubs hold division leads, Miami and Philadelphia are the break-even point. With six spots in play, it should be an entertaining week with Cincinnati, Milwaukee and San Francisco all at .500.

Brandon Woodruff (2-4, 3.45) and the Brewers begin a three-game series at Cincinnati. Reds righty Luis Castillo is 3-5 in 10 career starts against the Brewers, including 1-3 over the past two seasons.


The Philles might have to continue their playoff push without Bryce Harper in the lineup.

The star slugger exited Sunday’s 6-3 loss to Toronto with lower back stiffness. He left after striking out with the bases loaded in the seventh inning.

Manager Joe Girardi said Harper’s back bothered him earlier this season. It’s too early to tell whether the outfielder will be able to play as Philadelphia, trying for its first playoff spot since 2011, opens a series in Washington.

“He’ll get a lot of treatment and we’ll keep our fingers crossed,” Girardi said.

Harper has 11 homers and 28 RBIs for the Phillies, who hit the road for the final seven games.

The Phillies are one game behind Miami for second place in the NL East and have the seventh-best record in the NL. The top two teams in each division make the playoffs, along with wild-card clubs.


Several prizes are in play for the thrifty and imaginative Tampa Bay Rays (35-19) as they begin an interleague series against Jacob deGrom and the New York Mets at Citi Field.

Tampa Bay’s magic number over the Yankees is three to clinch its first AL East championship in 10 years. Already assured a postseason spot, the Rays are also locked in a tight race with the Chicago White Sox for the best record in the American League and the No. 1 seed in the playoffs.

“We want to get the East and we want to play at home,” manager Kevin Cash said.

Seeking a third straight NL Cy Young Award, deGrom (4-1, 2.09 ERA) is scheduled to take his regular turn after exiting early last Wednesday because of a right hamstring spasm.


Dane Dunning is 2-0 with a 2.33 ERA in five starts for the White Sox since making his major league debut this season.

The 25-year-old righty starts at playoff-contending Cleveland as Chicago tries to move closer to clinching its first AL Central crown since 2008. The White Sox lead second-place Minnesota by 2 1/2 games.


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