Royals Orioles ALCS

Royals Look To Continue Postseason Winning Streak Tonight

Though this is their first playoff appearance since the 1985 World Series, the Royals still have yet to lose a game this postseason.

Cardinals

Late Longballs Key As Cardinals Even NLCS With Giants 1-1

Two late home runs proved to be the crucial in Game 2 of the NLCS for the Cardinals as they both gave them leads and helped them even the series 1-1.

Lovie Smith

Lovie Smith On Loss To Ravens: “We’re A Better Football Team Than That”

Buccaneers coach Lovie Smith talked after the game about the team's 48-17 loss to the Ravens today, saying "We're a better football team than that."

Mike Glennon Bucs

Bucs Find Themselves On The Wrong Side Of NFL History

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers had a 38-0 deficit to the Baltimore Ravens at halftime this afternoon, making it the largest such deficit at home in NFL history.

Madison Bumgarner

Madison Bumgarner Breaks Postseason Record From 1924

In Game 2 of the Giants/Cardinals NLCS matchup this evening, Madison Bumgarner set a new postseason road scoreless innings streak record.

Matt Adams

Matt Adams’ Homer Sends Cardinals To Fourth Straight NLCS

With his three-run home run in the seventh inning of Game 4 of the NLDS Tuesday evening, Matt Adams lifted the Cardinals to their fourth straight NLCS.

Yasiel Puig

Yasiel Puig Is Out Of Dodgers’ Starting Lineup In Game 4

Yasiel Puig didn't perform in the first three games of the NLDS, so Don Mattingly has benched him in Game 4 with the Dodgers' season on the line.

Matt Carpenter

Matt Carpenter Is Reaching Multiple Postseason Records

Matt Carpenter leads all postseason players in both home runs and runs batted in and proving to be the next postseason hero for the St. Louis Cardinals.

James Shields

James Shields, Unsurprisingly, Gets Nod In Game 1 Of ALCS

After starting both the Wildcard game and Game 3 of the ALDS, James Shields is getting the nod in Game 1 of the Royals' ALCS matchup against the Orioles.

Clayton Kershaw

Clayton Kershaw Holds The Dodgers’ Fate In His Hands

With his Game 4 start this evening, Clayton Kershaw holds the fate of the Los Angeles Dodgers World Series hopes in the palm of his hands.