The Royals jump way ahead of the Orioles in the ALCS. It’ll take much more than regression to cost them the pennant now.
The Fightin’ Showalters against the Yosts with the Mosts.
The Royals are the latest team to remind us to expect the unexpected in the playoffs.
Is there a wrong way to pitch Josh Hamilton right now?
The pitcher shares his scouting report on himself.
Big Game Jason, taming Trout, the slow-footed Angels bench, and the unlikelihood of Mike Moustakas.
Four postseason games, with the first pitch scheduled before breakfast on the West Coast. Previews of all four of them.
The best team in the AL takes on the Wild Card champ Royals in a matchup of aggressive managers, lopsided team rosters, and teams who have employed Raul Ibanez this year.
What was that, and can we have some more?
Evaluating one of Kansas City’s successful failures.
The A’s stumbled into the postseason, but they may have the edge on the hill and in the dugout against the Royals.
Flashing back to Rany Jazayerli’s assessment of the Kansas City squad that Moore inherited.
The Tigers and Royals play one of the games of the year, while the rest of the wild card races have exciting weekends.
Is James Shields’ seeming ability to elevate his game in certain situations just one of those things, or is it one of *those* things?
What it’s like for the players who haven’t been in October–and what it’s like when that changes.