Free agent reliever Brad Lidge has informed his agents, Rex, Gary and Jim Turner, that he plans to retire.
The St. Louis Cardinals are on the verge of another World Series trip and deserve a bit more respect, writes Jayson Stark.
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.
The Rangers and Phillies will meet in the World Series. Who wins, you ask? You might be surprised.
The Giants, a self-proclaimed group of castoffs and misfits, might not be the most imposing team in baseball, but they are one of the last two left standing.
Roy Halladay wouldn't allow an injury to push him out of Game 5 of the NLCS, and the Phillies wouldn't let some tough circumstances force them off the October stage just yet.
The Giants won an epic Game 4 over the Phillies, and now San Francisco stands on the brink of knocking off the two-time defending NL champs and advancing to the World Series.
Three years ago, the Phillies were known mostly for being the losingest franchise in sports. Now they're an LCS victory away from reaching the World Series for the third consecutive year.
Led by the big three of Roy Halladay, Roy Oswalt and Cole Hamels, the Philadelphia Phillies will win their second World Series title in the past three years, Jayson Stark writes.
Roy Halladay and Cliff Lee won't ever be teammates, but they'll always be linked closely together.
The old faces of the Yankees -- Mariano Rivera, Derek Jeter, Jorge Posada and Andy Pettitte -- connect the last title team with the one that was crowned after knocking off the Phillies in six games.
The Phillies aren't quite ready to hand over their championship belts, and in Game 5, they fought off the Yankees and forced this World Series back to New York.
Two stolen bases on one pitch. Johnny Damon's ninth-inning feat might end up as the defining moment of the World Series.
Andy Pettitte was in trouble early in Game 3, but he calmly found his way out and ended up with yet another postseason win. Make that a huge postseason win.
Facing Mariano Rivera is usually a helpless situation for most hitters, but Jimmy Rollins says the Phillies may now know the key to the closers' success.
A.J. Burnett emerged from CC Sabathia's shadow, avoided the problems that always seem to find him and pitched a gem on a night the Yankees desperately needed it to even the World Series at one win apiece.