No player is too small to star on baseball's big October stage.
The Giants advanced to the World Series by winning the final three games of the NLCS, resembling what the Marlins did back in 2003.
Dusty Baker's conventional wisdom captures respect from players.
Managers with new teams create different challenges for their players.
As bad as Albert Pujols looked after Game 5 in the WS, players make judgment calls on the field all the time, and should.
Just making it to the playoffs does nothing to soothe the crushing feeling once a team is eliminated from the playoffs.
Yankees closer Mariano Rivera is coming off a tough week, but he remains as tough as ever to step in and face.
While Barry Zito and Jose Guillen were left off the Giants' postseason roster, they were probably never given an option, like Doug Glanville, to contribute in a different way.
The big names got teams this far, but with expanded September rosters, it might be the lesser-known player who actually puts a team into the postseason.
Certain hitters own certain pitchers, and the reverse is true as well. Why? Many variables contribute to success in one-on-one duels.
Kerry Wood struck out 11 in his fourth complete game of the year, and Doug Glanville and Aramis Ramirez homered Wednesday as the Chicago Cubs beat the New York Mets 2-0 to complete a three-game sweep.