For the first time in 29 years, the Royals are in the World Series. Yes, it's good times in K.C.
Trailing three games to none in the ALCS, the Orioles are in the toughest of spots against a red-hot Royals team, Jim Caple writes.
The light-hitting Royals are smashing homers and winning postseason games in extra innings.
For Orioles fans, it has been since 1983. For Royals fans, it's been since 1985. So which fan base has endured the most pain since it last cheered a World Series team?
The playoffs are here and you've got decisions to make. Who to cheer? Who to jeer? It's our annual Rootability Index.
It seems like forever since the Royals were in a World Series. Or the Orioles. Or the A's. Or the Dodgers. Or . . . oh boy, it's going to be a fun finish to this season.
Here's a start on how we're going to survive baseball's dog days: After we assigned a fictional pooch to each team in the National League, we took on the AL.
Robinson Cano should boost the Mariners' status in Seattle, where they had fallen in popularity.
Jim Caple: Uni Watch Power Rankings underrate Dodgers, Tigers, Yankees and yes, even Marlins.
Wisconsinites have been rocking the vote. No. 24 seed Miller Park has knocked off Dodger Stadium and top-seeded PNC Park. Next up, Camden Yards.
The real, unvarnished, inside story of the house that Babe Ruth (with an assist from Lou Gehrig) built before he built the House That Ruth Built.
The greatest team of the 2000s? That's easy. It's the New York Yankees. The most dreadful? Well, the nominees are ...
What's in store for Roger Clemens, once he finally takes the mound for the Yankees? Jim Caple takes a look in his crystal ball.
Why do so many closers enter the game to heavy metal? Maybe it's time for a few to switch things up, writes Jim Caple.
Have you lived through 25 seasons without your team winning a championship? Then you're a member of a very special group.
Maybe now we'll remember Rafael Palmeiro for something other than those Viagra commercials, Jim Caple writes.