We can think of only one reason to add a second wild-card team to the postseason: money. But money can't buy the sort of hair-raising regular-season finish we saw Wednesday night.
Buster Posey was out. Michael Young swung. Greg Golson caught it. Three egregious calls in the first two days of the playoffs means baseball can't resist instant replay any longer.
Is Ozzie Guillen right? Do Asian players get preferential treatment over Latinos in baseball's handling of the language barrier? To get to the answer, you have to separate the message from the messenger.
Torre, A-Rod ... they're all just pawns in the baseball moves game.
Suspending Jason Giambi would do little to serve the sport and do much to hurt Bud Selig's public image.
It's getting hotter, Mark Kreidler writes, but is that any reason for baseball players to push cameramen and kick laundry carts?
With a new stadium plan in place, will George Steinbrenner cede control of the Yankees? No way, writes Mark Kreidler.
Unlike Michael Jordan, at least Roger Clemens "unretired" in a place where wins should be plentiful.
Everyone's waiting for Mt. Steinbrenner to erupt. The firing of a hitting coach can't be the only move.