Recapping the best of the National… Football… League. Oh, wait… The Athletics and Angels made it confusing Thursday because of their football-like 21-3 score, but it definitely was baseball at the Oakland Coliseum.
Recapping the action from Major League Baseball, notably the Cy-worthy performance by Aaron Nola that helped the Phillies stay vibrant in the NL East race.
Lots of good pitching, occasional horrible pitching, and long, LONG game highlight yesterday’s action.
The staff shares its favorite stories from late-Septembers past.
The Dodgers and Nationals played a marathon, Jon Lester and Felix Hernandez dueled, and someone threw a baseball at Andrew McCutchen. Plus find out what to watch today.
In his final season, Bud Selig gets his wish: a year in which almost no one is out of the race early.
What does history say about the best point in the season to secure a spot in the playoffs?
A closer look at some of the most improbable pennant race comebacks and collapses in baseball history.
If the Nationals had handled their ace’s innings limit a little more like the Braves massaged Kris Medlen’s, they might not be facing a Strasless October.