ALCS


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AcronymDefinition
ALCSAmerican League Championship Series (baseball)
ALCSAuthors' Licensing and Collecting Society (UK)
ALCSAirborne Launch Control System
ALCSAssociation for Low Countries Studies in Great Britain and Ireland (UK)
ALCSAirlift Control Squadron
ALCSAirfield Lighting Control and Monitoring System (also seen as ALCMS)
ALCSAugmented Longitudinal Control System (NASA)
ALCSAdvance Liberty for Change Seminar (Centre for Civil Society; India)
ALCSAnalytical Laboratory Computer System
ALCSAuthors' Lending and Copyright Society (UK)
ALCSAutomated Logistics Control System
ALCSApplication Life Cycle Solution
ALCSActive Laser Countermeasure System
ALCSAcoustic Link Control Software
ALCSAutomated Laboratory Control System
ALCSAtonement Lutheran Church and School (Metairie, LA)
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For this reason, the project team focused on evaluating the accuracy of ALCS power metering and reporting capabilities when controlling non-linear lighting loads.
This will be the Red Sox' 10th appearance in the ALCS since divisional play started in 1969.
In 2012, TBS aired two ALCS games in primetime (Saturday's Game 1 and Tuesday's Game 3) and two afternoon telecasts (Sunday's Game 2 and Thursday's Game 4).
Kelvim Escobar, who lost both Games 2 and 5 of the ALCS, will have a shot at revenge against the White Sox today but insists he isn't thinking about the past.
Pierzynski comes to the plate despite the two being linked in some odd plays in the ALCS and Escobar saying this spring that he never has cared for how the White Sox catcher conducts himself.
Escobar, who said this spring that he never cared for Pierzynski even before the ALCS incident, will get a chance to face him Saturday.
Overall, TBS' exclusive coverage of the 2010 Major League Baseball playoffs, which included all four LDS and the ALCS exclusively, experienced strong growth compared to the network's 2009 postseason coverage:
We're in the ALCS, so everybody's getting a little more attention.
1 -- color) White Sox pitcher Jon Garland, a former Kennedy High of Granada Hills standout, pitched a four-hitter on Friday night in Chicago's 5-2 victory in Game 3 of the ALCS.
Buck, asked to compare this ALCS to anything he's previously covered, said it's almost impossible to put into perspective so soon after it has happened.
When Sunday's fifth game of the ALCS was rained out and had to move to Monday, that left ABC's ``Monday Night Football'' not only with a smelly Rams-Falcons game, but with torrid competition from more compelling baseball.
They didn't start taking batting practice before they won the ALCS because they didn't want to get too far ahead of themselves.