Nodding to those with less to celebrate this week, Jim asks the hard questions.
An assortment of information about changings of the guard.
Jim heads to eBay to check out the baseball-related merchandise.
While it’s too early to project 2006, Jim scrutinizes the close matchups of ’05 for insight.
To help deal with baseball withdrawal, Jim recalls some games he attended over the years.
Jim continues his thoughts from last week on the origins of the World Series and the quality of the major leagues.
Jim takes a look at what happens after a team gets swept in the World Series.
Jim looks at the White Sox’ lead over the Astros, and how 2-0 leads have held up through history.
Houston will take the field Saturday night in their first World Series. Jim takes a look at the history of teams playing in their first Fall Classic.
Regardless of who emerges from the NLCS, the 2005 World Series will be a matchup between two teams that have never squared off before in a Fall Classic.
Jim reviews some of the things he wrote in the 2004 playoffs to see what has held true.
Jim has some thoughts on the playoff action to date, plus a look ahead at the possible World Series outcomes.
Jim looks forward to the weekend by looking at the only four remaining series.
All eight playoff teams got to the postseason on the backs of some great performances…and while overcoming some terrible ones.
As the regular season winds down, Jim concentrates on those teams still battling for playoff spots.