They've been at each other's throats for well over a century, but the 2013 season could take the Dodgers-Giants rivalry to new levels.
Bronson Arroyo gives the Reds a major lift in Game 2 of the NLDS, and Cincy might not even need ace Johnny Cueto to put the Giants away.
Dusty Baker and the Reds overcame the early loss of their ace, but will have to make adjustments for the rest of their series as a result.
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.
Baseball's fiercest rivalries can't be manufactured by interleague play or any other external force. They must be nurtured naturally. One man's list of the 10 best.
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.
Users offer their thoughts on renaming stadiums that are currently named after major corporations.
Pudge Rodriguez's one-and-done year with the Marlins shows fans are more loyal to their teams than players.
From terrific games to magical moments, the 2003 playoffs were certainly an enjoyable time.
Instead of highlighting baseball's best, the playoffs have been a showcase for some colossal blunders.
There are good reasons to root for each of this year's playoff teams -- well, except for the one in New York.
The best interleague rivalries are White Sox-Cubs and Yankees-Mets. But how about Mariners-Padres?
Let's not stop with putting fans above the Green Monster. Here are 10 more dream spots around the majors.