Recapping Game 163 that decided the NL Central winner—focusing on the big game from Orlando Arcia that nobody saw coming.
Recapping what’s up with the pennant race, along with what’s up with umpire Laz Diaz, who doesn’t seem to be getting along with others.
What would the September drama have looked like before the two-Wild Card setup?
Schedules? Call-ups? Weather? Health? BP’s staff debates the keys to the Wild Card race in each league.
The Astros and Yankees battle for the chance to dethrone the defending AL champion Royals.
The A’s stumbled into the postseason, but they may have the edge on the hill and in the dugout against the Royals.
Ben and Sam preview the Reds-Pirates Wild Card game, then talk to Lone Star Ball’s Adam J. Morris about the Rangers’ season and tiebreak defeat.
The Pirates throw a left-handed sinkerballer against a lineup ill-suited for left-handers and sinkerballers; the Reds will try to ride their OBP stars to give Johnny Cueto a shot at postseason redemption.
The American League wild card battle took centerstage this past weekend, but Henderson Alvarez stole the spotlight on Sunday afternoon.
Mariano Rivera bids farewell to New York, the Rangers and Indians win wild ones, and Jason Heyward has a big day.
The Indians pull off the sweep, the Reds edge Pittsburgh, the Royals take a close one from Texas, and more.
Ben and Sam discuss Billy Hamilton, the Rangers’ “collapse” narrative, the Rays’ pickup of Freddy Guzman, and the AL Wild Card race.
The Rangers win, the Royals lose, the Braves drop a close one in unusual fashion, and the Marlins flash some leather.