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.
Winning Game 7 of the ALCS had seemed like a foregone conclusion for the Red Sox, but the Rays are the team heading to the World Series.
Kenny Lofton has made his mark this series, with his biggest hit coming in Game 3.
Cleveland's bullpen never flinched, while Boston's collapsed in a heap under the weight of a seven-run 11th inning.
The White Sox have the pitching to beat the Red Sox and win their first postseason series since 1917.
Johnny Pesky, the man who saw Ted Williams cry after the '46 Series, finally saw the Red Sox celebrate.
Boston can finally rejoice. No more ghosts. No more cursing Bill Buckner. The Red Sox are the champs.
The Red Sox are a game away from sweeping the Cardinals. It can't be this easy? Jim Caple ponders.
With hitters dominating Game 1, Curt Schilling and Matt Morris face a tough task ahead in Game 2 on Sunday.
On a cold, dreary night, it sure wasn't textbook baseball the Cardinals and Red Sox played in Game 2.
It's almost beyond belief to think the Red Sox actually came back from a 3-0 deficit to defeat the Yankees.
If the Yankees lose Game 7, it will culminate the greatest collapse in postseason baseball history.
The Red Sox finally exorcised their Yankee demon. All it took was the greatest comeback in baseball history.
Game 7. This isn't just the deciding game of the 2004 ALCS. This is the culmination for every Yankees-Red Sox showdown since Babe Ruth was traded.
After nearly three games (26 innings) in two nights, it seems the Red Sox and Yankees are just getting started.
With the Red Sox desperately needing Curt Schilling to pitch again in the ALCS, Jim Caple offers some ideas on how to get him back on the mound.