A lackluster series gets serious in the span of one (very long) at-bat.
The deciding game of this ALDS comes down to Justin Verlander and Jarrod Parker.
The tater trots from October 10, the night of Raul Ibanez’s big Division Series.
PECOTA strongly favors the Yankees to put this series away. But Joe Saunders has upended PECOTA before, and recently.
Ben and Sam discuss Game Three of the Yankees-Orioles ALDS, the decision to pinch-hit for Alex Rodriguez, and A-Rod’s future in New York, then talk about why the Stephen Strasburg debate won’t go away.
Has the Division Series format for 2012 put some teams at a home field disadvantage?
In the defining move of his career, Joe Girardi went with his gut. It worked.
Highlights from around the Arizona Fall League.
Raul Ibanez is the first player in postseason history to do what he did. Many of the stories of the 11 men who did it in the regular season are nearly as nearly as fascinating.
Why for art thou, Ross Detwiler? Whither Stephen Strasburg? Alack: come hither, Game 4.
It comes down to one last deciding game between the Reds and Giants, with Latos and Cain taking the bump for the two clubs.
Does Orioles Game Four starter Joe Saunders really possess the ability to induce double plays on command?
Derek Jeter re-injures his ankle, and Johnny Cueto is removed from the Reds’ NLDS roster.
The Giants finally score some runs, and even the series against the Reds.
What every team predicted about itself before this season, and whether those predictions came true.