The World Series starts tonight and the rest of the news around the majors.
Larry takes one last look at the ALCS
Ben and Larry talk about what happened this week to make one of them ecstatic and the other anguished.
The St. Louis Cardinals are headed back to the World Series for the first time since 1987.
The Cardinals win the NL pennant and the rest of the news around the majors.
The greatest comeback in baseball history by — who would have guessed it? — the Boston Red Sox.
Jim Edmonds’ homer sends the National League Championship Series to a seventh game.
It’s been an emotional four days for Ben watching something unfold that he thought couldn’t happen.
The Redsox win the AL pennant, Game 7 of the NLCS is tonight and the rest of the news around the majors.
The Red Sox have already completed the greatest comeback in baseball postseason history. Whether they finish the series off is yet to be determined, but even if they don’t come through, they may have finished off the myth of their permanent futility, the Yankees’ invulnerability, and Dan Shaughnessy’s career.
Craig takes a look at the controversial call from last night’s eighth inning, and offers some thoughts on the standards of umpiring, honesty, and sportsmanship we saw last night.
The Redsox tied the ALCS at 3-3, Game 6 of the NLCS is today and the rest of the news around the majors.
With over $300 million in combined payrolls and the two best records in the league, the American League Championship Series may come down to a war of attrition. Well, that and Curt Schilling’s ankle.
Brian Gunn is depressed, thanks to Jeff Kent and Brandon Backe.
As both League Championship Series head toward classic status, it’s time to take a look at the players who have made these 10 games so amazing with their awe-inspiring performances.