How Rare Is a Three-Homer Game in the Postseason?
Reggie Jackson. Chris Taylor? A feat that used to come few and far between is happening more often. But it is still unusual enough to stand out.
Kevin Plawecki Will Catch For Nathan Eovaldi In Must-Win ALCS Game 6
After three games off, Kevin Plawecki will return behind the plate for the Boston Red Sox.
MLB Playoff Roundup: October 21
The Atlanta Braves entered Thursday night's game looking to clinch a trip to the World Series and rid themselves of the ghosts of last season's NLCS, where they blew a 3-1 lead to the Dodgers.
Offseason Challenges for White Sox and Rays, After Playoff Exit
Two sides that won 100-plus matches failed to make it to the Championship series of their respective league, while a pair of wild cards and an 88-match division winner still has World Series opportunities.
Red Sox Say Experience Being Uncomfortable Offers Advantage in ALCS
The Boston Red Sox traveled back into enemy territory on Thursday to prepare for Game 6 (and hopefully 7) of the American League Championship Series.
Would Chris Sale Be Comfortable Pitching For Red Sox In ALCS Game 7?
Chris Sale always is ready to be there when the Red Sox need him, even if it means pitching on short rest.
Miami Marlins 2021 Season Review: RHP Yimi Garcia
Coming off a career-year during the shortened 2020 season, Yimi Garcia entered the 2021 campaign cemented as the Miami Marlins closer.
Red Sox Trusting Hunter Renfroe Bounces Back In ALCS Vs. Astros
The Boston Red Sox bats have fallen flat in their last two American League Championship Series games against the Houston Astros.
Hunter Renfroe certainly has experienced the brunt of that.
The Astros needed one good start. Framber Valdez gave them a great one in ALCS Game 5
BOSTON - On January 14, 1940, theNew York Timespublished an article under the headline "Sisu: A Word that Explains Finland."
It was the middle of World War II.
These Stats Prove Rafael Devers Was (Minor) Silver Lining In Game 5
Red Sox third baseman Rafael Devers joined a list that included Mickey Mantle, Albert Pujols and Carlos Correa on Wednesday during Boston's one-sided loss to the Houston Astros in Game 5 of the American League Championship Series.