Can you believe the Cardinals have made it through so many postseasons without ever having luck, fortitude, or clutchness go against them? No, you can’t.
Paul thought these players might break out with regular playing time; how did they do?
Recapping Tuesday’s managerial meltdowns, and a look at the NL Manager of the Year race.
Ben, Sam, and Zachary Levine discuss whether the postseason is too unpredictable and then break down the managerial decisions from two decisive NLDS games.
Last week, we found something odd about the way the league started pitching a slumping Oakland. This week, we might have found the reason.
A decade and a half of player comments on a Texas-bred ace.
Don Mattingly didn’t always have easy decisions to make, but the one that seemed like a no-brainer may loom the largest.
Kicking off the AFL season with notes on Steven Moya, Kyle Zimmer, and other prospects who stood out yesterday.
Aaron Judge has long arms. Hitters with long arms have swing-and-miss issues. Do two sentences make a destiny?
The Nats had the pitching advantage on paper — again — but they lost — again, and some odd bullpen maneuvering by Matt Williams certainly didn’t help.