Toronto needs Aaron Sanchez in the worst way, but they get Kluber. Meanwhile, Arrieta battles Rich Hill in an ever-important Game 3.
It’s a small sample this season, but can Bauer continue his dominance of the Jays tonight? Not if Marcus Stroman and company have anything to say about it.
J.A. Happ will look to take advantage of a Kluber-less Cleveland in order to even the ALCS, while Kenta Maeda makes his first-ever start against the Cubs.
It’s time for the ALCS to get underway. Kluber struggled mightily against the Jays this season; that’ll have to change against Estrada and company tonight.
Over the next 30 days, we pick 30 players that need to be traded. First up: Edwin EncarnaciA?n.
Facing elimination once more, can David Price and the Jays force a Game 7 at the K?
Both League Championship Series could end today. The matchups may not be a battle of aces, but they’re of the utmost importance.
R. A. Dickey looks to get the ALCS back to even, while the Cubs need a big start out of Kyle Hendricks to get back into the series.
This is the biggest game of Toronto’s season? Can Marcus Stroman pitch the Jays back into the series?
Ratings are up, the Royals are resilient, and more from the week in MLB.
We get a taste of each League Championship Series, as KC looks to go up 2-0 and Chicago/New York get things going.
Game 1 of the ALCS kicks off tonight, and still no David Price?
How the Orioles defied one man’s predictions to come within arm’s reach of the World Series.
The bullpen was the difference between the Tigers going to the World Series and the Red Sox.
The Red Sox were in trouble. Down 5-0 with two outs in the sixth inning and still without a hit, things looked bleak for the Boston Red Sox.
Can Boston return to the World Series for the first time in 5 years or is 2013 the year Detroit puts it all together?