Roger Clemens and Greg Maddux gave us something nearly unique last Friday night – a matchup of 300-game winners.
A few players hit 2 HR, Miguel Tejada has 4 hits, Adam Kennedy’s coming off the DL and the rest of the news around the majors.
Aaron examines what is suddenly baseball’s strongest position.
Mike Cameron goes on the DL, Terry Francona is released from the hospital and the rest of the news around the majors.
We look into our crystal balls for what 2005 holds in store.
It’s been a long, long lonely winter.
Aaron previews the forgotten member of last year’s Final Four.
Had enough of musclebound, steroid-fueled behemoths this offseason? Well, here’s a story about a little man with a big bat.
The third of Aaron’s five-part series covering the year’s best prospects.
Aaron’s crystal ball was a little hazy this year.
The St. Louis Cardinals are headed back to the World Series for the first time since 1987.
Jim Edmonds’ homer sends the National League Championship Series to a seventh game.
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.
Behind Beltran, Berkman and Lidge, the Astros tied the NLCS up at two games apiece.
After a 45-minute rain delay, the Cardinals took Game 2 behind back-to-back homers on a sloppy night of baseball.
Behind 10 runs on a dozen hits, the Cardinals took a 1-0 NLCS lead over the Astros.
St. Louis Cardinals (105-57, NL Central champs) vs. Houston Astros (92-70, NL Wild Card)
What was at first a Yankees blowout and a chance at history turned into a near-miracle comeback, a message that the ALCS is going to be very closely fought, and a very entertaining baseball series.
Atlanta Braves (96-66, NL East champs) vs. Houston Astros (92-70, NL Wild Card)