Archive for the 'Postseason Play' Category

Jake Peavy lost another Game 1.

Dave and Rich Lederer, of Baseball Analysts, take a joint look at the Mets/Dodgers National League Division Series.

Rather than traveling to take on the mighty Yankees, the Twins are happy to be staying at home and playing the A’s in a series that starts today.

Will the Tigers get their revenge for 1961?

It’s a battle between the stars and scrubs Cardinals and the balanced Padres. As usual, look for pitching and defense to carry the day.

A final predictive look at the NL Wild Card race

Dennis ranks the best postseason series of all time.

Dennis takes a look at the most exciting postseason games ever.

Doug Eddings, Ozzie Guillen, and the canonical story of “but for this.”

Maury examines the low-rated World Series.

The White Sox blow away all contenders and claim their first World Championship since 1917. Dan takes a look at Game 4 from a Win Probability perspective.

Aaron takes a look at Game 2 of the World Series.

This World Series is going to be divine and defined by the Sermon on the Mound …

There was suppose to be a game seven!

How fast fortunes can change. Game 5 from a Win Probability perspective.

Atta boy, Albert Pujols!

A WPA look at Game 4 of the Astros-Cardinals series.

The Astros win in St. Louis to even the NLCS at one game a piece.

Craig examines what actually happened last night.

St. Louis Cardinals (100-62, NL Central champs) vs. Houston Astros (89-73, NL Wild Card champs)