There have been exceptional shortstop moments before, like the American League of the late 1940s, when shortstops like Lou Boudreau and Vern Stephens muscled up and outhit their peers at other positions.
Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens seem well-positioned to receive Hall of Fame voters' pardon over the next few years. Sammy Sosa has made no such progress.
Ralph Branca was a fine pitcher who threw the pitch that became "The Shot Heard 'Round The World." What defined his life was what came after all that.
In 1968, the Cardinals blew a 3-1 lead to the Tigers, and the country was a disaster.
After tonight, one of these franchises will have a few less also-rans in their franchise histories.
We compared the 1908 Cubs to the 1948 Indians to see who would win. It's a close call.
In playoff baseball, managers often ask their players to do things they haven't done all season. Except for Joe Maddon, who's been doing it all year.
David Ortiz could not control how his career ended, but no one will remember him for how his career ended.
Wilson Ramos is just the latest in a string of troubling injuries for the Nationals and their postseason aspirations.
Gary Sanchez has slugged his way into the Rookie of the Year debate. Can he keep it up?