What sets Mariano Rivera apart from other closers is what he does in the postseason.
Pat Burrell is eager to put a disastrous 2003 season behind him and help the Phillies reach the playoffs.
From the looks of the A's outfield in 2003, one might be shocked to discover they were actually a playoff team.
Now that he has signed with the Yankees, it would appear Kenny Lofton will keep his postseason streak going.
In the aftermath of being bounced from the playoffs, the Cubs and Red Sox have made good moves.
In recent years, the Red Sox and Yankees have begun battling in the offseason as well on the field.
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Like Dusty Baker, Jack McKeon's reputation is probably safe regardless of what takes place in the Bronx.
Bernie Williams of the Yankees now holds the record for most postseason home runs.
So much for the idea that nobody cares about baseball. The television ratings for the playoffs are looking good.
History has proven a blowout victory does not guarantee success in a short series.
The Yankees starting pitching was much better in 2003 than it was when they met the Red Sox in 1999.
People are definitely looking to Kerry Wood and Mark Prior to stake the Cubs to victory in the LCS and beyond.
This down-to-the-wire stuff is nothing new to the Marlins, who have been winning in dramatic fashion all season.
Gary Sheffield has done precious little in the postseason as a Brave and it's time for him to turn it around.
Catching a glimpse of a playoff game requires hard work and usually calls for a trip to a nearby tavern at lunch time.