What we've learned in the NLCS
PHILADELPHIA -- At least one person at Citizens Bank Park on Friday wasn't impressed with the biggest defensive play in Game 2 of the NLCS. "It wasn't that tough a catch," Dodgers third baseman
These Dodgers, down 2-0 in the NLCS, clearly aren't willing to concede anything yet. In the L.A. clubhouse after Game 2
Even though this is the first time in eight trips to the NLCS that the Dodgers trail 2-0 in the series, Torre's players have reason to be optimistic as they return to Chavez Ravine, where Game 3 starter
Still, the Phillies, overlooked in this postseason of Manny and The Rays, are two wins from their first World Series berth since '93. Of the 18 previous teams that went up 2-0 in the NLCS, only two -- the '84 Cubs and the '85 Dodgers -- went on to lose the series.
As the series shifts to L.A., here's a look at what we've learned through Games 1 and 2: