These Red Sox finally gave fans what they've longed to see -- a World Series clincher at Fenway Park.
Starting (and perhaps ending) with Game 6, Fenway Park will soon host a World Series championship game for the first time in 38 years.
With a victory in Game 5, the Red Sox pulled within one victory of a World Series title at Fenway Park, the first at the ballpark since 1918.
Game 3 of the 2013 World Series was punctuated by a finish that people will be debating for 100 years.
In St. Louis, David Ortiz has to play first base for the Red Sox because his October greatness makes him impossible to leave out of the lineup.
One double-play ball turned forceout turned error set the tone for Game 1 and maybe the Series.
Behind Michael Wacha, St. Louis beat the second former Cy Young winner in two days to take a 2-0 NLCS lead.
San Francisco went from the brink of elimination to its second title in three years, and it's a feat for the ages, writes Jayson Stark.
The ripple effects of MLB's new postseason format are about to get even more visible and dramatic over the season's final 40 games.
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.
Wednesday was supposed to be the day the commissioner's office finished a proposed schedule for the 2012 postseason and shipped it to the Players Association for consideration. But sources told ESPN.com that deadline wasn't going to be met.
The Brewers turned Game 1 of the NLCS upside down with a three swings on three consecutive pitches in a wild fifth inning.
As the AL wild-card gap shrinks, baseball officials are now sweating out the possibility of a three-way tie that could wreak havoc with next week's American League Division Series.
Getting to the postseason may be the biggest challenge for a few of the best rotations in the majors.
If the road to a World Series title is paved with starting pitching, which teams are in the best shape to make a run in October?
This prediction comes with no warranty whatsoever, but we're doing it anyway: The Chicago Cubs will win the 2008 World Series.