A sparkling Game Five performance sends the series back to Minute Maid
Yordan Álvarez’s slow postseason; the dejuiced ball and relievers; the Yankees’ chances
Pitchers are bringing the high heat.
St. Louis suffered an embarrassing defeat, but they should still be proud of this season.
More on the dejuiced ball; and MORE on the dejuiced ball; Clayton Kershaw’s playoff woes, statistically
Two great pitching trios remain in the playoffs.
The hard-throwing reliever has hit his stride at the perfect time.
Anthony Rendon no longer underrated; the below-average Rockies; starters bucking the trend in the playoffs
That playoff loss is going to sting for awhile, but this should still be the team to beat in the NL next season.
The Yankees modern bullpen construction takes a litmus test against Houston’s two aces.
The team’s Director of Communications was allegedly supplying the southpaw with illegal drugs.
The Nats’ bullpen; the noted absence of Bryce Harper; shadows in playoff games
It’s a bad indication for the offseason to come.
The continued Clayton Kershaw narrative; predicting playoff sweeps; how to hit the Yankees
The dejuiced playoff ball; Gabe Kapler’s firing; the Yankees/Astros rematch
The Rays-Astros series concludes tonight.
The Cardinals’ fateful first inning; the Nats’ dramatic comeback; the continued Kershaw playoff narrative
Now the team needs to look toward a critical offseason in order to leverage the talented core and weak division.
Some baseball folks would be better off just not speaking at all.
Relying on their starting pitchers, the Nats find themselves one game away from the NLCS.
Adam Wainwright’s resurgence in the postseason; Brett Gardner’s crucial Game Three at-bat; the Twins’ playoff woes
It might have been the right move, but it is impossible to prove how a manager is impacting his team in terms of wins or losses added. Oh, and the Wilpons are still there.