The Game 1 starters match up again, this time with the series on the line.
PECOTA strongly favors the Yankees to put this series away. But Joe Saunders has upended PECOTA before, and recently.
Raul Ibanez is the first player in postseason history to do what he did. Many of the stories of the 11 men who did it in the regular season are nearly as nearly as fascinating.
When you’re cheering at full volume, it’s easy to see October baseball as good vs. evil, but there’s plenty of humanity on both sides.
Ben and Sam revisit the trade that sent Dan Haren to the Angels in light of Haren’s down year and Tyler Skaggs’ debut for the Diamondbacks, then talk about how Derek Jeter has remained productive at age 38 and examine whether the Yankees are in any trouble in the AL East.
Ichiro switches clubhouses while the Yankees visit the Mariners in Seattle.
Two major-league teams are bereft of new blood on one side of the ball this season.
A hardcore baseball fan falls out of love with the game, then tries to dig up his old affection.
Alex Rodriguez had an extraordinary prime, but he’s aging much more like an average player, and that’s not good news for the Yankees.
How many Altuves is Jose Altuve from the disabled list?
The pitcher health problems in the AL East continue: The Yankees lose a pair of starting pitchers.
Why anyone who thinks the Yankees’ reliance on the home run is a problem should stop worrying and learn to love the three-run bomb.
A look at 10 new managerial candidates, and a conversation with Mets manager Terry Collins.
Jason Heyward gets an earful from Yankees fans in right field after an Alex Rodriguez homer.
The Reds have the lowest payroll of any first-place team, in large part because they haven’t had to reach outside the organization for talent. Can they keep it up?