Watching the postseason with an ailing cat; a guide to the next month from a fan of a consistently losing team; the fine art of focus, perfected by Hank Aaron and Jared Hughes
Game 2 of the World Series seemed to be going well for the Dodgers, but it was only because the Red Sox hadn’t engaged their two-out offense yet.
Clayton Kershaw is turning around his postseason narrative start by start.
Recapping Game 163 that decided the NL Central winner—focusing on the big game from Orlando Arcia that nobody saw coming.
Galaxy Brain: The playoffs are actually bad?
Brett Gardner’s 12-pitch at-bat in the ninth inning changed the game’s complexion.
Relief pitcher Archie Bradley hit one of four triples for the Diamondbacks in their 11-8 victory.
The Indians are World Series favorites but should expect to be taken to five games against the Yankees, a tough opponent with a great lineup and deep bullpen.
The hope-based reason for cheering on a projection system.
Baseball as the steady extinction of possabilities.
How an entire series changed, and how it didn’t entirely have to.
Bunting and broccoli and the brain.
The issue on everybody’s mind.
Johnny Keane is dead.
How the Royals turned a moment of failure into another win. Some might call it resilience, some might call it magic.