It was no ordinary Thursday night for the Dodgers, and especially for KikA� Hernandez.
Clayton Kershaw could put away the Cubs tonight. Then what?
If the Chicago Cubs weren’t drained already, last night’s Game 4 may have done it.
Darvish and the Dodgers cruised in Game 3; now they can close it out tonight.
The Dodgers needed to take care of business at home. Suffice to say, they did just that.
John Lackey versus Justin Turner with the game on the line? It’s postseason baseball, folks.
Jon Lester is used to this pressure; will he even things up for the Cubs?
Saturday night, the Dodgers and Cubs would battlea��but not without a little controversy.
Thought Astros/Yankees would be good? Don’t get us started on Cubs/Dodgers.
The Dodgers get one more chance at home to take a 3-2 lead back to Wrigley. They’ll turn to Maeda, who has struggled, against Lestera��who has dazzled.
Marco Estrada will have to keep his stellar postseason going if Toronto wants to keep playing. And, veteran John Lackey takes on history-making Julio UrA�as.
Toronto needs Aaron Sanchez in the worst way, but they get Kluber. Meanwhile, Arrieta battles Rich Hill in an ever-important Game 3.
Clayton Kershaw has had quite the postseason, while Kyle Hendricks had his only start cut short. Tonight, he’ll look to put the Cubbies two games up.
J.A. Happ will look to take advantage of a Kluber-less Cleveland in order to even the ALCS, while Kenta Maeda makes his first-ever start against the Cubs.
With the NLCS set to begin Saturday night, let’s relive that NLDS one last timea��from the perspective of a Cubs fan. But, the journey isn’t over yet.
Daniel Murphy should expect a pay raise in 2016 and beyond, but don’t let his postseason cloud your judgment.
Don Mattingly and LA needed to move on from each other, but he’s not the sole reason for their early playoff exits over the years.
Both League Championship Series could end today. The matchups may not be a battle of aces, but they’re of the utmost importance.