The Cubs have work to do, to be sure, but Joe Maddon’s arrival is the clearest sign yet that the next era is here.
With Joe Maddon unexpectedly available, the Cubs let Rick Renteria go after just one year. How’d he do?
A strong outing from Yordano Ventura and a rough second inning for the Giants means we all get a Game Seven on Wednesday.
With a return to Kauffman, both offenses get a boost with the DH, and, like much of this series, expect the bullpens to be big factors.
On Sunday, Oscar Taveras and Edilia Arvelo died in a car crash. The Cardinals outfielder was 22.
Yusmeiro Petit has been an unheralded and surprising key during the Giants’ postseason run and he came up big once again on Saturday night.
Down 2-1, the storyline heading into Saturday night is clearly the Giants’ decision to not go with their ace on short rest.
Lorenzo Cain has been getting plenty of love in October, but where was the praise all summer?
The Royals have benefited from a touch of luck during their magical run to the World Series, but that doesn’t change the fact that they’re loaded with talent.
The Royals go for the sweep while the Giants attempt to take a commanding 3-1 lead in two series that have certainly not lacked in drama.
Down two games to none, the Orioles are given the slightest of edges on the road with their offense hoping to take advantage of the Royals Game Three starter.
In a postseasn filled with unexpected outcomes, the Royals continue the trend, with Ned Yost leading the way.
Don Mattingly didn’t always have easy decisions to make, but the one that seemed like a no-brainer may loom the largest.
The Dodgers put their ace on the mound on three days’ rest in a must-win game, and the Nats hope that having the pitching edge finally leads to a win and a Game Five.
Two players who combined for seven strikeouts tell us an interesting story about the intracicies of this series.