What has to happen for a right fielder to throw out a runner at first?
What the questions posed to each manager before Game One reveal about the storylines surrounding each team.
A mid-season makeover couldn’t fix the Tigers’ flaws.
The AL’s two surviving teams give us a glimpse at the future.
The Tigers win Game One the way they’ve won so many games this season.
Boston gets ready to host its first ALCS in five years while Tampa Bay prepares to possibly wave good-bye to David Price.
The latest example of unpredictable baseball.
Two home runs by David Ortiz and a pair of late double-play balls helped the Red Sox to a 2-0 series lead.
The favorite manager of many sabermetricians takes an unexpected turn in explaining why he’s been giving up the platoon advantage willingly at DH.
It wasn’t all Wil Myers.
Forecasting what might be the best of an outstanding group of first-round series.
Canadian players have had a hard time finding their way to the Fall classic.
Round and round the O’s DH slot goes, and where it stops, we now know: Danny Valencia.
How can we explain the fact that the NL Central is almost certain to send three teams to October?
Manny Machado, Xander Bogaerts, and Carlos Correa could spearhead another growth spurt at a position where the players keep getting bigger.