A look at the strengths and needs of the haves and have-nots, and what moves they might make in search of balance.
The Tampa Bay Rays try to stop an outbreak of viral bedlam in Philly.
The Phils are in control, and the Rays must fight the power outage to avoid a dark tomorrow.
In tonight’s tie-breaker, it’s the craft of a Philly veteran versus the power of a Rays youngster.
Defense and hustle were themes from the regular season that cropped up in last night’s action. Will we see more tonight?
The Rays will need to get the kinks out in order to derail the Beantown Express.
How will the Rays respond to their October surprise in Game Five at Fenway?
With two wild workers on the mound, tonight’s matchup might stretch into the wee hours.
It’s do or die for LA in Chavez Ravine going up against Cole Hamels and the Flyin’ Hawaiian.
After two teams have matched power with power in the first three games, two hurlers with soft-toss arsenals meet up for a critical showdown.
The Rays will try to demystify Jon Lester’s magic act at Fenway, and the Phillies deal with the Lowe-down in LA.
Rallying from two games down may seem steep, but there are historical precedents for it in major league and Dodgers history.
Beckett and Kazmir will both need to summon their powers and perform beyond recent levels.
The Dodgers need to knock Myers off his horse and keep the Phillies from hanging Chad.
The Rays will try running the ChiSox out of the playoffs, and Lester and Lackey go at it again at Fenway.