It's safe to take that long winter's nap now. You're up to speed on baseball's next few months. (Or you will be, after you read Off Base's offseason predictions.)
Say what you will about Game 7. Nothin' compares with what World Series history has given us in Game 6.
With Max Scherzer, the AL's best pitcher, on the mound for Game 6, the Tigers like their chances.
This World Series features two evenly-matched sets of . . . facial hair? Yep, the Cardinals and Red Sox both rock the beards like never before.
There's a right way and a wrong way to change teams in Major League Baseball. Just ask Kevin Youkilis. And Josh Hamilton. And their (former) fans.
Winning Game 7 of the ALCS had seemed like a foregone conclusion for the Red Sox, but the Rays are the team heading to the World Series.
A seven-run lead with seven outs to go wasn't enough for the Rays to secure a victory. Can they ultimately recover to defeat the Red Sox in the ALCS?
Perhaps it's for the best that the Indians lost, in that Paul Byrd's being tied to HGH use would've gained in intensity had Cleveland advanced to the World Series.
C.C. Sabathia's postseason struggles continued into the ALCS, and the Indians will need Sabathia's best if they have any hope of overcoming the Red Sox.
Wild-card teams have won the last three World Series, so something must be done. Jim Caple has a few suggestions.
While Red Sox and Cardinals fans are passionate about their teams, they express their support in far different ways.
With four more RBI in Game 1 of the World Series, David Ortiz showed there's no end to his hitting rampage.
The idea of a Cubs-Sox Series brought goosebumps to the skin. As for Marlins-Yanks, who cares?
The next 100 years will see global games, more Cubs misery, Red Sox domination -- and Ted Williams.
By sticking with Pedro Martinez in the fateful eighth inning of Game 7, Grady Little cost the Red Sox a trip to the World Series.
Letting Roger Clemens leave after the 1996 season might not have been the Red Sox's worst move that year.