Chase Utley helped the Dodgers get it done in Game 6. That it wasn’t pretty doesn’t matter in the World Series.
This year’s World Series features a pair of 100-win powerhouse teams and tons of star power.
Max Scherzer vs. Jose Quintana in Chicago, and Yu Darvish vs. Zack Greinke in Arizona.
The Indians are World Series favorites but should expect to be taken to five games against the Yankees, a tough opponent with a great lineup and deep bullpen.
Colorado moves closer to the playoffs, the Twins celebrate a White Sox win, and Jose Altuve reaches 200 again.
Â¿Como habria lucido el drama de septiembre antes de la epoca de los dos Comodines?
What would the September drama have looked like before the two-Wild Card setup?
New York beats Minnesota again, Giancarlo Stanton hits his 56th, Adam Frazier hurt the Brewers, and Chris Sale gets to 300.
Cleveland turns 21, Minnesota walks it off, Rhys Hoskins keeps slugging, and Mike Zunino is good.
Luis Castillo leaves on a high note, the Indians and Diamondbacks keep streaking, and Gerrit Cole has it rough.
Texas adds Miguel Gonzalez to the rotation and Chicago adds Leonys Martin to an already deep outfield.
Tampa Bay hosts the Astros and Rangers, J.D. Davis throws 92, Jake Arrieta keeps rolling, and Chris Sale keeps whiffing everyone.
Rich Hill makes history and then loses, Gary Sanchez is a monster, Zach Britton blows a save, and Eric Hosmer walks off.
Edwin Diaz was off, Aaron Judge was on, Mike Matheny got mad, and Yasiel Puig kept the Dodgers winning.
Age is merely a construct, Kyle Seager is Corey’s brother, and Big Sexy is a helluva athlete.