In their reactions to Brandon Taubman's outburst, the Astros have revealed an unacceptable set of priorities.
In throwback inning, the Nationals manufactured enough runs to thwart the seemingly invincible Gerrit Cole and steal an unlikely win.
In this week's edition of The Pen, meet Houston's colorfully clad fans, and reminisce about the most memorable postseason games.
The Harris County Emergency Corps, which employs the medic, released a statement saying, “He was immediately taken to the hospital, evaluated and is currently in stable condition.”
An MRI revealed the strain but Aaron Boone remained open to the possibility that Stanton would be available to pinch-hit tonight.
With more technology at our disposal, the baseball's volatility and its effect on the game is constantly noticeable.
How Gerrit Cole and the industrious Astros kept their march toward the World Series going in do-or-die Game 5.
Max Scherzer delivers signature postseason performance to will Nationals to NLDS Game 5 against the mighty Dodgers.
Set to start a must-win NLDS Game 4 for the Nationals, Max Scherzer is throwing harder than ever before.
Can the Twins keep telling themselves they'll get 'em next time after two thrashings against the Yankees?
In this week's edition of The Pen, Hannah Keyser explains why baseball's record number of homers is diminishing its postseason product.
With a season on the line, Juan Soto and the Nationals had the moment that reigned supreme in the NL wild-card game.
In the debut of The Pen, Hannah Keyser reminds you that baseball needs good teams to go home in September.
Returning to the home of his Hall of Famer grandfather Carl Yastrzemski, a 29-year-old Giants rookie has clawed out his own success.
For much of the summer, the Yankees had the luxury of not needing the flashy first-rounder to pull away from the pack. And if you were Clint Frazier, you’d be forgiven for thinking they didn’t want him either.
More than 16,000 fans watched 12 minutes of baseball at storied Fenway Park under sunny skies in the middle of the day on Thursday.
The dissonance of a summer without baseball and the shattered sense that the game was bigger than the business didn’t dispel some of the magic. It did, and fans were left feeling like suckers.
After the loss on Thursday, the Giants’ postseason odds were at 4.8 percent, according to Fangraphs. You wouldn’t bet on those odds, and the clubhouse knows it.