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Nine Innings: How to Maximize Your NLCS and ALCS Viewing Experience; Predicting Unlikely Heroes

Baseball from the 1990s is dead. Baseball from five years ago is passe. When you watch the League Championship Series you have to drop your notions of what baseball used to be and accept what baseball ... read more

Red Sox starters won the World Series -- from the bullpen

The Dodgers used Clayton Kershaw in relief for Game 7 of the NLCS and Rich Hill for an eighth inning in that series. Those six pitchers threw a total of 15⅔ innings ... Game 3 -- from 98.9 to 100.1. ... read more

Giants, Arias agree to two-year deal, avoid arbitration

Arias often replaces shortstop Brandon Crawford against left-handed pitchers and serves as a late-innings defensive replacement for Pablo Sandoval at third, although the Giants certainly hope the ... read more

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World Series analysis: Who has the edge?

Doug Fister (10-10, 3.45 in the regular season) and Anibal Sanchez (9-13, 3.86) both have allowed two runs in 13 1/3 innings in two postseason starts. San Francisco finished eighth in the National ... read more


Playoff Pinch Hits: Four LDS Matchups In Full Swing For Weekend Action

Unlikely heroes, dashed dreams and ... That was the Game One matchup, but the 10-9 final score in the Cardinals’ favor wouldn’t suggest it. The Dodgers needed this one, after St. Louis thumped him in ... read more

Brewers Tag Clayton Kershaw Early and Hang on for NLCS Game 1 Win

Offensively, they were predictably silenced by Josh Hader in three innings, after being considerably less predictably ... they would likely have been up in the NLCS 1-0 after this one. Brewers manager ... read more

The Lineup Card: Nine Unlikely Postseason Heroes

While Smith's homer doesn't resonate today like Mazeroski's, one can persuasively argue that he was the real hero of the 1960 World Series, and the source of one of the World Series' greatest—and most ... read more

POSTGAME NOTES: Morse makes good on Bum’s call; Ishikawa has “career-defining” moment; Affeldt shows off the wheels

(By the way: Interesting decision coming for Bochy. He’s loyal to Lincecum and said all the right things, but he’s the only guy who didn’t pitch in the NLDS or pitch in the NLCS. Do you carry Gary ... read more



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