When it comes to drama in this year's postseason, the Royals are enjoying every single minute of it.
The eyes of the baseball world will be focused on two of the game's grand old men -- Pedro Martinez and Andy Pettitte -- in Game 6 of the World Series on Wednesday night.
Alex Rodriguez turned numerous negatives to begin this season into the ultimate positive to end the year: a World Series title.
From conferences at the mound to conferences at home plate, the Yankees have a knack for delaying games.
Charlie Manuel's decision not to start Cliff Lee on three days' rest in will draw plenty of scrutiny, but the choice was the right one.
MLB commissioner Bud Selig said has been soliciting outside opinion from managers and general managers over the past few weeks and said no one offered a good explanation why the umpiring was so bad in the first rounds of the postseason.
In Game 1, CC Sabathia wasn't as effective as he has been all postseason, but the Yankees might need him to come back in Game 4.
Sick of all these off days during the baseball postseason? It's only going to get worse.
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Based on how Game 5 turned out, maybe MLB should consider playing each World Series game one half-game at a time.
Rays manager Joe Maddon has a powerful weapon available in rookie left-hander David Price.
As the Rays discovered, booking hotel rooms in Philadelphia during the World Series can be awfully difficult.
Ryan Howard is back with the powerful swing that changes games in an instant. And unlike Joe Blanton, he most definitely has that home run trot thing down.
The Phillies will turn to 44-year-old Jamie Moyer in Game 3, with the hope that he will help prolong their season.
The Rockies have made it to the NL Championship Series, but try figuring out how they managed to win 17 out of 18 games.