Chat with the BP staff from first pitch to last while you watch the four games going on today.
Without Stephen Strasburg, Washington’s rotation has let them down in the postseason. They now find themselves one game away from elimination.
The trot times for Games 2 and 3 of the Division Series early this week.
Today we kick off a series spotlighting top names eligible for the 2013 Amateur Draft.
Ben and Sam bring on Jason Wojciechowski to discuss whether the 2-3 playoff format is the abomination he makes it out to be, then talk about how the A’s Game Three victory changes (or doesn’t change) their odds of beating the Tigers.
Remembering Dave Freese’s heroics from last October, and wondering who’ll join him in the postseason pantheon in 2012.
Yet again, the Yankees have the edge on paper, where we all know the games are played.
Can the Giants survive a second elimination game against Cincinnati?
Max Scherzer attempts to close out the A’s in Game Four of the ALDS.
Washington turns to Edwin Jackson to try to take the series lead over Chris Carpenter and the Cards.
Brett Anderson and the A’s beastly bullpen trio hold the Tigers scoreless to force a Game Four.
Jaime Garcia and Johnny Cueto’s injuries could keep them out of the NLCS, should their teams make it that far.
Despite playing excellent defense all year, the Reds drop Game Three to the Giants on a pair of defensive misplays.
On Oakland’s budget, a GM can’t afford to spend $36 million and whiff. WIth Yoenis Cespedes, Billy Beane didn’t.
Which players rose to the occasion in October, and who fell flat on their face?