Two home runs by David Ortiz and a pair of late double-play balls helped the Red Sox to a 2-0 series lead.
Can Boston’s Goliath-like offense defeat David Price?
It wasn’t all Wil Myers.
The second game of a Division Series quadruple-header features a pair of lefty starters at Fenway Park.
Forecasting what might be the best of an outstanding group of first-round series.
Delmon Young is home.
The Indians have the home field, but they also have a closer controversy, as these teams try to extend their seasons.
The Rays visit the Rangers to determine who gets to visit the Indians on Wednesday night.
Ben and Sam discuss Billy Hamilton, the Rangers’ “collapse” narrative, the Rays’ pickup of Freddy Guzman, and the AL Wild Card race.
With a strong outing versus the Braves and a home run at the plate, Jose Fernandez did his best to convince Rookie of the Year voters on Wednesday.
Sam Fuld: comic relief and late-inning reliever.
The Diamondbacks trade Jason Kubel, the Mets get a pitching prospect, and teams manipulate their rosters to maximize returns.
The Rays add two outfielders, the Braves look for middle infielders, Kurt Suzuki goes back to Oakland and Matsuzaka is in the Big Apple.
Ben and Sam pick a perceived clubhouse leader for each team, then talk about whether teams should ever refuse to sign certain players on moral grounds.
Mark Reynolds, Ryan Roberts, Andrew Lambo, and Elliot Johnson headline the movers.
Alex Cobb returns to rearm the Rays for the stretch run.