Do Dan and PECOTA think the Tigers can complete the sweep?
In which the Orioles prove that they can win one-run games in October, too.
Ben and Sam talk to Not Jim Tracy about his resignation from the Rockies, then discuss how the narratives surrounding each playoff series have held up over the first few days of games.
Jason’s been thinking about the offseason, including rankings, playoff performances, and pre-playoff non performances.
An argument in support of the first six months of the season over October alone.
The Cardinals smack Jordan Zimmermann around to even their series at one game apiece.
Orioles Game Two starter Wei-Yin Chen has faced the Yankees four times this season. How will he approach them tonight?
Some players weren’t quite themselves during last week’s wild card games, which made for some of the best baseball we’ve seen this season.
The Orioles run out of magic bullpen beans and drop the first ALDS showdown with their division rivals.
Can the Cards even up their series behind Jaime Garcia before heading to D.C. for Game Three?
Can the Giants strike back at home behind Madison Bumgarner in the second game of their series?
The Orioles and Yankees are about to face off in October for the first time since 1996. Who has the upper hand?
The Nats and Cards kick off their series with a matchup between Gio Gonzalez and Adam Wainwright in St. Louis.
The Athletics’ run has been fun, but it won’t be easy for it to continue against the Tigers.
Two lopsided teams face off in a series with no clear favorite.