Two very well-timed late hits for the Cubs, and a couple bizarre decisions by the Nationals.
WOW. The Cubs won a thriller that I can’t believe they were even in.
Jose Quintana makes his postseason debut today, and it would be nice if fans are more wound up than he is.
All four LDS series go today, with the Cubs playing in the middle.
It sounds like Scherzer worked out today without issue, even doing some skipping on the field.
If the Nationals were feeling tight before the 8th inning last night, they certainly aren’t now.
We’ve gotta talk about them. I’m as disappointed as anyone today, but I can’t say the wrong decisions were made.
Maybe it isn’t that bad? Maybe it happens all the time? Maybe we can tell ourselves these things?
I am still very salty.
In any shutout, there are going to be some very nice defensive plays.
The NLDS couldn’t have started better for the Cubs, who are now statistical favorites to move on.
That Indians comeback was incredibly fun.
Game One belongs to the Cubs! Hendricks dominated, Bryzzo came on at the right time, and Davis closed it out.
That felt like it was going so wrong for so long … and then boom, so good.
The Cubs former manager may have something to prove this October.
Today is the day it starts again, and the Cubs come in as underdogs.
Tommy Pham had some thoughts on the Cardinals missing the postseason again, and his GM came with the heat.
If true, Scherzer would make just one appearance in the series.
The Cubs catch a slight break, but not much of one.