A mid-season makeover couldn’t fix the Tigers’ flaws.
Too close to call, but we’ll call it anyway.
Anibal Sanchez’s one bad inning.
Ben and Sam talk about ALCS Game 5, then discuss how the Dodgers could get the most NLCS value out of Clayton Kershaw.
Ben and Sam talk about ALCS Game 4 and NLCS Game 5, then answer listener emails about sabermetrics and strikeouts.
The Cubs re-up Ryan Sweeney, the Mariners will try to develop Travis Witherspoon, and the Rangers will bring back Jason Frasor.
The Tigers even the series behind Doug Fister and a suddenly useful Miguel Cabrera.
Ben and Sam discuss the latest action in a pitching-dominated postseason, then answer emails about power outages, platoon splits, and more.
The Tigers look to Doug Fister in their bid to even the series.
Putting momentum to the test.
The Red Sox can’t hit. The Tigers can’t win.
The Red Sox might have the momentum, but the Tigers have Justin Verlander.
Ben and Sam discuss momentum, clutch, and other ALCS storylines.
The AL’s two surviving teams give us a glimpse at the future.
Can the Red Sox even the series against the AL Cy Young favorite?
The Tigers win Game One the way they’ve won so many games this season.