If the weather allows it, the Royals and Orioles will start fighting.
Two potential clinchers on the line today.
Will the Nats be the third straight team swept out of the playoffs? Will the Dodgers pull ahead? That’d be ok.
ALDS Pre-Gamin': Orioles v. Tigers (2:30 CT), Angels v. Royals (6:30 CT) – Lineups, Broadcast Info, etc.
The ALDS could be over by the end of the day.
The Dodgers and Nationals look to square things up.
Four games today, starting right now. Baseball!
ALDS Pre-Gamin': Tigers v. Orioles (4:30 CT), Royals v. Angels (8:00 CT) – Lineups, Broadcast Info, etc.
The ALDS are underway tonight in Baltimore and Anaheim.
The NL Wild Card Game has a tall task to try and match even 50% of the craziness of last night’s AL game.
It’s the AL Wild Card Game, featuring Lester versus Shields, and the Royals in the postseason for the first time in 30 years.
This is the end, beautiful friend. This is the end. My only friend, the end.
Another evening in Milwaukee, and a chance to win this final series.
Eric Jokisch’s first big league start comes in the final series of the year.
The Cubs can still win this series, and do their part to prevent – or at least slow down – a Cardinals Central clincher.
Perhaps the Cubs can hold off the Cardinals from clinching the NL Central for a little while.
The Cubs go for the series split (and I’m off supporting The Wife at a race this morning, hence no Bullets).
Not that you get all geeked out for wins this time of year when you’re out of it, but today’s is winnable.
Match-ups don’t get much more intriguing than Clayton Kershaw versus Edwin Jackson. I actually mean that sincerely.
Zack Greinke will probably get a few strikeouts tonight.