The two teams with the best records in all of Major League Baseball met up for a battle of heavyweights in the National League Division Series. The Los Angeles Dodgers (106-56), after defeating the St. Louis Cardinals in the NL Wild Card Game, met up with the San Francisco Giants (107-55). The series did not disappoint as it went the full five games with a total barn burner coming in Game 5.Read More
This may technically be the first time these two teams are meeting in the playoffs, but they do have quite a history. After Los Angeles managed to win in dramatic fashion on Wednesday, they will look to keep the momentum going and take quick advantage of San Francisco’s four-day layoff.Read More
While both series on the National League side ended in sweeps, the American League side has been a bit more competitive. Let’s take a look at how we got to the best-of-seven Championship Series with four teams left looking to punch their tickets to the World Series.Read More
It all comes down to this for the four teams in the National League. Two will move on, and two will go home. Two teams will feel the thrill of victory, and two will know the agony of defeat. Okay, screw it. No more cliches. We’re here to make money, so let’s get down to it.Read More
The MLB Postseason is here! I brought in Yankee fan @AlexKielar and @jball0202 to break down the early rounds of the Postseason.
We begin with surprise and disappointment teams, then break down the Wild Card games. We also ask, “Should the Wild Card round be one game or a best of 3?”
Afterward, we break down the Division Series and hand out the awards.
Hope you enjoy the show!