Tiebreakers and weather could turn the first week of Bud Selig's new October into a logistical nightmare.
The Rangers needed a win, and they got it. Suddenly this World Series has a whole different feel.
The pitching matchups for the Phillies' NLCS with the Giants aren't just good. They aren't just great. No, they might just be historic.
Is Randy Johnson the greatest left-handed pitcher in major league history? ESPN.com senior baseball writers Jim Caple, Rob Neyer and Jayson Stark debate the topic.
The tales of Roger Clemens and Barry Bonds and their respective personal trainers are similar, but also quite different.
Jayson Stark's first half Cy Youngs and Yuks, MVPs and LVPs, rookies, managers and much more.
The MLB postseason shouldn't take a backseat to the NFL playoffs when factoring in competitive balance.
With this year's free agents raking in $1 billion, it's safe to say collusion is officially dead.
We have the MVP and LVPs; Cy Youngs and Cy Yuks, tops managers and rookies for a memorable 2004 season.
We've seen Larry Walker go through waivers on his way to a new team. Who else is cleared for a possible trade?
Handing out the first-half hardware to Cy Youngs and Yuks, MVPs and LVPs, rookies and managers in each league.
Traditionalists may never fully embrace interleague play, but Bud Selig's once- radical idea is a permanent fixture.
For teams like the Blue Jays and Giants, the month of April was a disaster and may be difficult to recover from.
Mark Bellhorn and Barry Bonds have great patience at the plate, but that's where the comparisons end.
Most improved. Least recognizable. Best, worst signings. Calling it a crazy offseason is an understatement.