Source: David Schoenfield, ESPN 
The low-scoring games certainly make for tense postseason action, as we saw on Tuesday with Mike Napoli’s home run off Verlander, one swing can win or lose a game.
But is it exciting? According to David Schoenfield of ESPN, there are five major elements to a great postseason:
1. Close games.
2. Series that go deep.
3. Great players doing great things.
4. Memorable moments.
5. Back-and-forth action.
The major thing we’ve lacked is the fifth element, back-and-forth action … lead changes have been few and far between, and with each dominant pitching performance David grows a little less impressed — knowing there’s probably going to be another one the next day.