No matter which school of baseball you're currently enrolled in -- old school or new school -- Detroit's Miguel Cabrera and Pittsburgh's Andrew McCutchen are deserving MVP winners.
With a victory in Game 5, the Red Sox pulled within one victory of a World Series title at Fenway Park, the first at the ballpark since 1918.
How hard to the Cardinals' young relievers throw? Hard enough to break Yadier Molina's glove.
Everything that makes the Cardinals special was on display in the third-inning rally that fueled their Game 6 win, writes Jayson Stark.
The emotions displayed by the Dodgers and Cardinals players in the NLCS is a good thing for baseball. So let's celebrate the excitement, not condemn it, writes Jayson Stark.
Yasiel Puig made his mark on Game 3 in a must-win for the Los Angeles Dodgers, writes Jayson Stark.
Francisco Liriano cost the Pirates a measly million bucks, and the payoff on that gamble has been incalculable. Now he takes the mound in Game 3 on Sunday.
Adam Wainwright and Carlos Beltran give the St. Louis Cardinals a pair of Mr. Octobers, and they stole the show in Game 1 against Pittsburgh.
Congratulations, you've reached the postseason as a wild card. Your reward? A nine-inning, win-or-go-home fight for your playoff lives.
Jayson Stark highlights five storylines we can go back to now that we have an A-Rod resolution.
With the All-Star break upon us, it's time to hand out some midseason hardware to the best (and worst) performers of the first half.
The Cardinals overcame the loss of Carlos Beltran, a starting pitcher who allowed 12 baserunners, a long rain delay and a stretched bullpen to defeat the Giants 3-1 in Game 3 and take a 2-1 lead in the NLCS.
The Nationals somehow found a way to squeak out the first postseason victory in franchise history, writes Jayson Stark.
On what was supposed to be a historic night, MLB's first-ever wild-card game will be remembered for a controversial infield fly rule call.
The matchups will be determined by what happens on the field Wednesday. So let's run through the various scenarios.
Tiebreakers and weather could turn the first week of Bud Selig's new October into a logistical nightmare.