Six biggest moments in Red Sox's amazing Game 4 win
From Andrew Benintendi's game-saving catch to another big homer by Jackie Bradley Jr., there were plenty of heroes in Boston's Game 4 thriller.
Benintendi's diving grab wins Game 4 for Red Sox
'If Boston wins, Joe West is the MVP': Fans at center of controversial call tell all
When umpire Joe West called Astros DH Jose Altuve out in Game 4 of the ALCS, the fans closest to the near-home run were aghast. Here's how they say it went down.
Fan interference denies Altuve of possible HR
A potential two-run home run by the Astros' Jose Altuve was ruled an out by umpires, who said a fan interfered with Mookie Betts' catch attempt.
Kershaw strikes out 9 en route to victory
Kershaw rides vintage curve to huge Game 5 win
With the Dodgers needing a big performance from their longtime ace, Clayton Kershaw delivered in a way he hadn't in quite some time.
Inside Chris Taylor's trip around the bases that ignited L.A.'s offense
While the Dodgers' power game continued to come up short, it was an unsung hero's hustle that finally swung the momentum and possibly this NLCS in Los Angeles' favor.
Astros turn to Justin Verlander with their season on the line
After a gut-wrenching loss full of miscues and missed opportunities, the defending champs hand the ball to their ace to try to extend their season.
Everything you need to know about Thursday's ALCS game
After an amazing Game 4, what does the ALCS have for an encore? David Price trying to pitch Boston to the World Series and Justin Verlander hoping to save Houston.
We dare you not to walk Alex Bregman
Is the Astros third baseman so scary in October he's getting the Barry Bonds treatment from opposing teams? Or is he just that patient at the plate?
Role players help power Astros' emergence as powerhouse
George Springer, Jose Altuve and Alex Bregman get the attention, but the role players behind them take Houston's attack to the next level.
Cody Bellinger puts playoff slump to bed with late-night heroics
Five hours and 15 minutes after Game 4 of the NLCS started, the Dodgers outfielder finally delivered the deciding blow as L.A. knotted things up with Milwaukee.
Machado's history of questionable slides
This postseason is full of difference-making young stars. Which are ready to dominate the playoffs?
Now that we've seen a season of two-way baseball, we can determine the hitter -- and pitcher -- the Angels star most resembles so far.
The weird thing the A's did Wednesday with wild-card game "opener" Liam Hendriks -- and what the Brewers plan to do Thursday -- actually isn't all that weird.