On a club that owed so many for winning the World Series, it wasn't easy to single out one MVP, but Pablo Sandoval deserved it.
Tim Lincecum has been a relief ace the likes of which baseball hasn't seen in decades but ought to bring back given his success.
Already up two games to none, the energized Giants have caught the rested Tigers flat-footed and figure to win it all in Detroit.
Barry Zito and Tim Lincecum earned trophies in years past, but their Game 1 work could help the Giants win World Series hardware now.
Giants or Tigers? Tough call, but you've gotta choose. We've got helpful hints if you're still waffling about which team to cheer in the World Series.
Maybe this is why we call it the World Serious: It's found its way into the culture in some of America's best fiction and cinema.
The aging Yankees leave the postseason under a cloud, but the worse news is that it might be a while before they return.
Facing elimination, the Yankees need to wise up and put Alex Rodriguez back in their lineup.
Justin Verlander wasn't at his best in Game 3 of the ALCS, but he was pretty darn good.
The Mariners aren't playing in the ALCS, but a total of seven of their former players are on the rosters for the Tigers and Yankees.
Instead of accepting that they trail 0-2 in the ALCS, the Yankees decided to whine about an umpire's blown call.
A thoroughly ineffective Jose Valverde forced the Tigers to have to battle back to win Game 1 of the ALCS.
Justin Verlander went the distance in Game 5 to lead the Tigers past the A's and back to the ALCS.
The Athletics have got this walk-off win thing down pat. Now they're only a victory away from advancing to the ALCS, but reigning Cy Young winner Justin Verlander stands in the way.
You just can't count out the A's and their ability to keep their improbable season going.
Oakland is turning to Brett Anderson, a pitcher who has been on the shelf, to save its season in Game 3 of the ALDS, writes Jim Caple.