Three reasons the Red Sox will beat the Dodgers in the World Series
The Dodgers are loaded with talent and eager to avenge their 2017 World Series loss. But this Red Sox team? Well, it's truly something special.
First look at Dodgers-Red Sox World Series: Rare showdown between baseball originals
Boston vs. L.A. might be a classic confrontation in basketball, but the 2018 title bout is an MLB first. How do the two clubs match up?
Machado, Puig embrace their villain roles all the way to World Series
The Dodgers' sluggers fed off the boos they received in the NLCS, drawing fans' ire while ending Milwaukee's postseason hopes.
Powered by Puig, Dodgers muscle their way back to the World Series
Game 7 slugging and a little bit of swagger gave the Dodgers the lead they needed to finally get past the Brewers and return to the Fall Classic.
Puig drenches reporter with water
Yasiel Puig douses ESPN Deportes Reporter Enrique Rojas with a water-filled garbage can, then grabs the mic to act as the interviewer.
In the end, Dodgers' talent trumps Brewers' moves
Milwaukee took the series as far as it could get on smart tactics, but it couldn't dim L.A.'s star power in the NLCS.
Did the Brewers' bullpen magic finally run out?
Eduardo Perez and John Farrell discuss the usage of the Brewers' bullpen and Jeremy Jeffress in Game 7.
The unlucky legacy of the 2018 Houston Astros
The defending champs were a dominant team that got smoked by Boston in the ALCS. But they didn't actually get outhit or outpitched.
Six biggest moments in Red Sox's amazing Game 4 win
From Andrew Benintendi's game-saving catch to another big homer by Jackie Bradley Jr., there were plenty of heroes in Boston's Game 4 thriller.
The theme music behind the Curse of the Bambino
Babe Ruth's hex on the Red Sox died in 2004. But, as Jane Leavy learned while researching Ruth, the search for the piano he hurled into a pond -- and history -- lived on.
This postseason is full of difference-making young stars. Which are ready to dominate the playoffs?
Now that we've seen a season of two-way baseball, we can determine the hitter -- and pitcher -- the Angels star most resembles so far.
The weird thing the A's did Wednesday with wild-card game "opener" Liam Hendriks -- and what the Brewers plan to do Thursday -- actually isn't all that weird.