David Ortiz had the biggest swing of the ALCS on Sunday night, clubbing a game-tying grand slam in the bottom of the eighth.
The Red Sox-Tigers ALCS has a chance to be one epic series.
Rookie pitcher Sonny Gray would have had to match his electric postseason debut for the Athletics to have any chance against Justin Verlander and the Detroit Tigers.
Pirates Broadcaster and former Pitcher Bob Walk joins the guys LIVE from St. Louis to preview Game 5 of the NLDS.
Sean Doolittle lost the lead and gave up two runs in the seventh inning, Ryan Cook and Brett Anderson yielded three more in the eighth, and the Tigers rallied for an 8-6 win to force a decisive fifth game in their AL division series.
The Oakland Athletics have beaten Detroit with both pitching and power. And that’s left the Tigers on the brink of elimination – and simmering with frustration.
Beat the Pirates at PNC Park, something the Cardinals have done just 3-times in 2013, or it’s time to start planning for 2014.
David Ortiz had a blast on Saturday night, but David Price wasn’t really a fan.
The Red Sox beat the Rays 7-4 in Game 2 of the ALDS, and will have a chance to clinch the series Monday night in Tampa.
A two-run homer and an unproductive triple by Yoenis Cespedes were hardly enough as the A’s struck out a postseason franchise-high 16 times.