In the final installment, we look at Earl Weaver, Lou Piniella, Dale Sveum, contemplate how misery loves company (or does it?) and ponder the future of manager ejections.
Didn’t we see this at Fenway six days ago?
Two aces enter; one ace leaves.
Boston early; Detroit late. Who at the end?
Game Five plus Game Four equals two Game Sixes
The ALCS goes binary again, and no W on the board for L.A.
Great games don’t always need extra innings
Mistakes were made.
Four outs from domination, and one foot from immortality.
Two games. Two runs. Two outs from history.
Thirteen ends up a lucky number. But for whom?
Billy Beane’s post-seasonal fecal functionality remains low.
Lower the Jolly Roger.
The ghost of Jeffrey Maier, and Maddon-ness at the Trop
A Ray of hope shines on this postseason’s first great game
Fireworks late, and fireworks early.
The WPS Index comes back, just in time for October. (And late September.)
Looking at the average WPA and LI for each of the major events.
And the winner is …
A look at what makes a game exciting