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.
Jamie Moyer needs surgery to repair three torn muscles in his groin and lower abdomen and will miss the rest of the season and postseason.
Everyone was calling the White Sox chokers in September. Now they can call them champions.
Game 3 was like no other in World Series history, but most amazing of all -- the long-suffering Sox are win one away.
Commissioner Bud Selig is expected to decide to open the Minute Maid Park roof for Game 3 of the World Series.
Roger Clemens is day-to-day with a hamstring injury, and his staturs for the rest of the World Series is up in the air.
So no Yankees or Red Sox? Jayson Stark offers up 10 reasons why the World Series will be even better this year.
Jeff Bagwell has contributed little on the field this season, but he still carries much weight with the Astros, writes Jayson Stark.
It took 43 years of heartache. But the ever-hovering Astros have finally landed in the World Series.
Will the disastrous events of Game 5 leave a scar on Brad Lidge and the Astros? We'll soon find out.
Can you believe it? With one magical, majestic swing, Albert Pujols brought the Cardinals back from the dead, writes Jayson Stark.
Game 4 was another warped thriller in favor of the Astros, who are one win from their first World Series.
Roger Clemens' extraordinary magnetism has transformed Houston into a baseball town.
Just about anything can happen in the postseason. Don't believe it? Let Jayson Stark show you the evidence in Useless Playoff Info.
From an unlikely hero to a living legend, the Astros and Braves staged a truly epic battle in Game 4, writes Jayson Stark.
Roy Oswalt may not be a household name, but he's well-known to the Braves hitters he'll face in Game 3.