In late August, the Cardinals looked like a longshot to earn a winning record, let alone a pennant.
The Rangers have gone through some lean times since their last consecutive playoff appearances, but they’ve emerged from their struggles stronger than ever.
The Tigers’ season depends on Justin Verlander’s performance in an elimination game today, but some speculation has arisen that the ace may be tiring.
John names ten men who appear poised to join the ranks of major-league managers.
Two wild-card races were on the line on September 28, and nobody could have predicted what would happen at the end of the night.
John and Scott Hatteberg pass judgment on the movie adaptation of the Michael Lewis bestseller.
The Marlins’ season hasn’t gone as they’d hoped, but they envision better things in a better ballpark next season.
Many of the current A’s plan to see Moneyball on the big screen, but the team’s season isn’t approaching a Hollywood ending.
The Brewers’ recent hot streak owes a lot to great pitching, but they’ve also benefited from good clubhouse chemistry.
A year after their surprisingly successful 2010 season, the Padres are still trying to find their way.
The Tigers and Indians go to extras in the first game of a pivotal dog-day series.
Phillies GM Ruben Amaro explains how he’s engineered a blockbuster at three straight deadlines.
John runs down the top candidates for the next GM vacancy.
Mike Scioscia doesn’t think his team needs to retool at the deadline to catch the first-place Rangers.
The Cardinals have weathered a number of challenges this season, but despite the difficulties, they find themselves in a first-place tie.