Tire-spinning, one inning at a time.
Bullpens are better than ever, but comebacks aren’t totally dead.
A closer look at some of the most improbable pennant race comebacks and collapses in baseball history.
Buster Posey is having an extraordinary season, but he’s not the first position player to improve after recovering from a serious injury.
It’s 11:49 p.m. EDT, and I’m sitting here staring slack-jawed at a 13-inch television set. In St. Louis, the remnants of what was a crowd of 47,000 people are going nuts, and the Cardinals are jumping around as if they’ve won the World Series. Edgar Renteria has just hit a three-run home run to cap a six-run ninth inning, giving the Cards a 10-9 victory.