Tonight, another MLB World Series ends. And with it, comes closure.
With Verlander on the mound tonight, Game 6 couldn’t look much better for the Astros.
Can Kershaw perform like he did in Game 1? Meanwhile, Keuchel needs to dazzle tonight.
We don’t think the Dodgers planned on Alex Wood being their potential savior in October.
Darvish has been great this October, while McCullers was the talk of Game 7 in the ALCS.
Houston’s not in a favorable spot, but they’ve got Justin Verlander going. Can he do it again?
Keuchel versus Kershaw? That’s a heckuva way to kick off this World Series.
Tonight might be the last start CC Sabathia ever makes for the New York Yankees.
This could be it for the Astros, but at least they’d be going out with Verlander on the mound.
Clayton Kershaw could put away the Cubs tonight. Then what?
Suddenly, the Astros have their backs against the wall. Can the Cubs avoid elimination?
Can Sonny Gray even it up in New York? What Hendricks will we see in Chicago tonight?
CC Sabathia has been the Yankees’ stopper all postseason. He’ll need to do it again tonight.
Jon Lester is used to this pressure; will he even things up for the Cubs?
Masahiro Tanaka didn’t have the best of time on the road this season; will that change tonight?
What’s better than one Game 5? How about two? Hendricks, Nats—it’s all hands on deck.
Well, we’re getting Stephen Strasburg after all. Are you ready for some chaos?
He’s not the Jake Arrieta of old, but the Cubs have the advantage against Roark and the Nats.