Los Angeles again trails Atlanta 3–1 in the NLCS. This time, its offense doesn't look up to the task for a comeback.
The thrilling finish to Astros–Red Sox on Tuesday was overshadowed by a borderline ball call.
The Red Sox' center fielder is the postseason's breakout star, amid the complete chaos of the ALCS.
Eddie Rosario homered twice as the Braves bullpen shut down the Los Angeles lineup, moving Atlanta one game away from the World Series.
The Astros erupted for a seven-run ninth inning to take Game 4, 9-2, and draw level with the Red Sox in the ALCS.
He floundered for most of the year. But when the Dodgers' season was slipping away, he kept his team alive.
Atlanta blew a three-run lead in the eighth inning of Game 3 of the NLCS in a contest that shifts the momentum of the series.
Boone has made the playoffs in each of his four seasons as the Yankees' manager, but the club has yet to make the World Series in his tenure.
Boston is playing offensive postseason baseball on a historic scale, and three consecutive games at Fenway Park threatens to sap Houston's chances.
Boston's bats are hot at the right time as the Red Sox eye another trip to the World Series.
After closing out the NLDS with a save, the Dodgers starter left in the fifth inning of their Game 2 loss to the Braves in the NLCS after throwing just 79 pitches.
Eddie Rosario's walk-off hit off Corey Seager's glove was a microcosm of just how close Atlanta's win over the Dodgers truly was.
Eddie Rosario delivered a two-out, walk-off RBI single to spur Atlanta to a 5-4 win over the Dodgers and take a 2-0 lead in the NLCS.
Los Angeles faced its best opportunity to win against Atlanta in the top of the ninth. Instead, the Braves walked off with a 3–2 win.
The third baseman's walk-off single gave second baseman Ozzie Albies room to run home in the bottom of the ninth.
J.D. Martinez and Rafael Devers led Boston to a 8–0 lead after just two innings in Game 2 of the American League Championship Series at Minute Maid Park.