It is what it looks like. Baseball notes, news and recaps from the dog days of summer to the hustle and bustle of winter's hot stove.
Go figure — another bad year highlighted by Jekyll/Hyde hitting and nonexistent pitching.
El Caballo drove in the runs. Chris Capuano provided the wins. The rest of the young Crew gave Milwaukee a respectable season.
A clean sweep of the Astros breaks an 88-year drought. Chicago has been Dye-ing to see this in their lifetime.
White Sox win in the longest game in World Series history, could complete Astros sweep tonight
Astros lose Clemens to injury ... Konerko, Podsednik hard to spell but harder to contain in Game 2
The White Sox haven't been here since '59. The Astros have never been here. Someone's finally winning it all.
Pujols gives Houston a problem, one measly out from a World Series invitation. On with the NLCS!
Chicago's Ozzieball puts South Siders in World Series ... Houston edges Cards despite LaRussa's tantrum
In a 3-1 hole, the Angels must figure out Chicago's pitching tonight or else they'll view the World Series on FOX.
Chris Burke is responsible for three runs ... Reggie Sanders falls down, I chuckle.
Chicago strikeout leads to their walk-off victory ... St. Louis' Sanders continues torrid playoff hitting
Angels fly directly into 3-2 victory in ALCS opener ... Cards' Carpenter aims to sculpt win vs. Astros
P.S.: The CS starts tonight. The US should tune in to see who goes to the WS.
Six seasons later, Smoltz wins in October ... Padres get probed by Agent Mulder
San Diego loses their ace. White Sox pile on the runs. Yankees win on the bat of a rookie.
The stage is set: Red Sox-White Sox. Yankees-Angels. Cardinals-Padres. Braves-Astros.
Yankees claim the AL East division, while the Indians aren't helping their wild Card cause.
The flowchart for "what happens if this happens" looks like an intricate pile of blown chunks.
Part 1 of 4 of the 2005 Suss Choice Awards
Some teams look to pull away in their division. Others are playing just to play in the postseason.