Can the Yankees rebound to take Game Two without their star shortstop?
Was the Giants’ decision not to bring back Melky for the NLCS justified on a pure performance level?
The resilient Cardinals manage one more comeback to stun the Nationals and advance to the NLCS.
The Yankees and Orioles go long again, and the tensest of series heads toward a tense conclusion.
Ben and Sam catch up with the latest action developments in each of the just-completed or still-in-progress playoff series, then discuss Darren O’Day in greater depth.
Jason keeps a running commentary as he scouts the decisive game between the Reds and Giants from home.
Has the Division Series format for 2012 put some teams at a home field disadvantage?
In the defining move of his career, Joe Girardi went with his gut. It worked.
Why for art thou, Ross Detwiler? Whither Stephen Strasburg? Alack: come hither, Game 4.
Chat with the BP staff from first pitch to last while you watch the four games going on today.
Ben and Sam bring on Jason Wojciechowski to discuss whether the 2-3 playoff format is the abomination he makes it out to be, then talk about how the A’s Game Three victory changes (or doesn’t change) their odds of beating the Tigers.
Can the Giants survive a second elimination game against Cincinnati?
Yet again, the Yankees have the edge on paper, where we all know the games are played.
Remembering Dave Freese’s heroics from last October, and wondering who’ll join him in the postseason pantheon in 2012.
Brett Anderson and the A’s beastly bullpen trio hold the Tigers scoreless to force a Game Four.
Max Scherzer attempts to close out the A’s in Game Four of the ALDS.