After a walkoff obstruction call and a walkoff pickoff, what does Game Five have in store?
The Cardinals beat the Red Sox on an obstruction call. Was it right? Yes. Could it have been right the other way? Yes.
The decisions by both skippers that led to the walkoff obstruction.
The battle of Clay Buchholz’s shoulder.
What the Koz saw: And other adventures.
The patient approach against Wacha works, but not well enough.
Ben and Sam critique the managerial moves of Game Two, then talk about the kind of pitchers the Red Sox hit best.
The Red Sox weren’t supposed to match up well against strike-throwing Adam Wainwright. So why did they?
Can the Cardinals even it up? The answer could depend on Carlos Beltran.
What the questions posed to each manager before Game One reveal about the storylines surrounding each team.
A sloppy effort from St. Louis puts the Cardinals behind.
Ben and Sam compare notes from Game One of the World Series, discussing Adam Wainwright’s performance, Dana DeMuth’s perplexing call, the Cardinals’ good and bad defensive plays, and more.
The Fall Classic gets underway with a battle of aces at Fenway.
The staff recognizes various trades, signings, draft picks, and hirings that helped propel the Redbirds and Sox to the World Series.
Amaze and frighten your World Series-watching friends.
The Red Sox snapped their curse by sweeping the Cardinals in 2004. Can St. Louis exact revenge?