It may be the playoffs, but that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t be planning for the future.
You should root for the Royals or the Orioles. Here’s why.
How the Orioles defied one man’s predictions to come within arm’s reach of the World Series.
Our final installment comparing the 2004 and 2014 Boston Red Sox examines how the teams ended two very different seasons.
Clint Hurdle didn’t save his ace for last night’s wild-card game, and it cost the Pirates.
After six years of relative obscurity, can the Mets be competitive again in 2015?
In a game that was representative of both teams’ seasons, the Royals came out on top over the A’s in dramatic fashion.
More rule changes to improve America’s national pastime.
With the regular season ending today, The Wind Up says goodbye to 2014.
On the 94th anniversary of Shoeless Joe Jackson’s last game, we look at how his legacy lives on.
Did Frank Wren deserve to lose his job, or was he just a scapegoat?
A look at the best pitching match ups of the 2014 MLB regular season’s final week.
Jonathan Papelbon has spent his career chasing Mariano Rivera. How close has he come?
In a season with numerous surprise teams, the Baltimore Orioles have been the story of the year.
It’s a familiar sight in baseball: the St. Louis Cardinals getting hot at the right time.
With baseball’s popularity waning, here are some rule changes that could liven up the game.
The Angels have quietly become the best team in baseball, taking the AL West division title away from the Oakland A’s.
This week’s look at MLB’s best pitching matchups brings the battle to end all battles.