What's new? From Albert Pujols in L.A. to the playoffs to Marlins Park in Miami, the 2012 season has a much different look.
In perhaps the most improbable run in baseball history, the Rockies completed a sweep of the Diamondbacks and advanced to the World Series.
While the Rockies are ahead two games to none in the NLCS, they haven't dominated the Diamondbacks on the stat sheet like you might think they have.
Another win. Another hero. Yorvit Torrealba's tiebreaking three-run homer in the sixth inning of Game 3 powered the Rockies to a commanding 3-0 lead in the NLCS.
After finding yet another way to win to go up 2-0 in the NLCS, the Rockies are now solidly among the hottest teams of all time.
The Rockies-Diamondbacks LCS tells us that everything we've learned from Octobers past should be thrown out the window.
In losing Game 1 of the NLCS, Brandon Webb showed he again had no answer for a Rockies team that has dominated him in nearly all of his starts against them this season.
The numbers all suggest the Diamondbacks shouldn't win, but nevertheless, they're in the NLCS, courtesy of a three-game sweep.
If you think the National League standings are making you blind, it could easily get worse. Try looking at the tiebreaker scenarios.
Led by the three-headed monster of Clemens, Pettitte and Oswalt, the Astros will win the World Series, writes Jayson Stark.
The MLB postseason shouldn't take a backseat to the NFL playoffs when factoring in competitive balance.
How and why waiver deals get done in the month of August before setting potential playoff rosters.
The players' union isn't for continuing the present All-Star Game format, but favors changes to the playoff system.
Jayson Stark has the facts, figures, numbers and hard-to-believe info from the postseason.
Jayson Stark's latest rumblings, including why the Yankees are beatable and why Randy Johnson may open the playoffs for Arizona.