It was a must-see ballgame in the Bronx, but one man still enjoyed the action from a remote location.
With both series now underway, how did Game One of the ALCS and Game Two of the NLCS defy expectations?
A ballgame as evidence for what brings us back, game after game, year after year.
Pegging who will win and why in a great matchup between two teams tweaking their rosters to go after one another.
Thirteen total games is hardly a fair representation of four series that all featured close games and some questionable decisions.
The Rockies excuse themselves from the last LDS, while the Phillies reap the benefits of players used to best effect.
The Phillies/Rockies game had several surprising and inspiring takeaways beyond the result.
The Rockies knot things up while Los Dos Angeles take leads in their respective series.
A skim over the important takeaways of first-day playoff action.
Last night’s victors face a tall order in their Bronx confrontation.
Apparently not destiny, meaning we get another post-season with quality time in their dome home.
While we wait to see what the final matchup is, here are some thoughts about the three Division Series matchups already set, and a look at tonight’s play-in game.
If a team carries 12 pitchers on a post-season roster, is it because they failed to check out their schedule?
It’s down to the wire in the AL Central, but let’s not mistake entertainment value for quality.
Winding up the Braves, almost killing off the Twins, and making slotting interesting in the NL West.