Where would Justin Turner's three-run home run in the bottom of the ninth in Game 2 of the National League Championship Series presented by Camping World fit into a top 10 with the nine other home runs to remember?
On a roll, Darvish can lead LA to 3-0 NLCS lead
It was a bit of a bumpy road back for Yu Darvish following Tommy John surgery in March 2015. But the version of Darvish that will start tonight's Game 3 of the National League Championship Series presented by Camping World certainly resembles the Darvish of old.
Maeda's seamless move to 'pen boosting LA
This isn't the role Kenta Maeda envisioned for himself in October. He's thriving in it, just the same. Between his time in Japan and the Major Leagues, Maeda has pitched in 279 professional games during his 10-year career. He started 274 of them.
Injured Seager not traveling to Chicago
Injured Dodgers shortstop Corey Seager has still not begun baseball activities and did not make the team flight to Chicago, where the National League Championship Series with the Cubs resumes tonight.
Frazier gets Yanks going with 1st playoff HR
As Todd Frazier made contact with a 95-mph fastball down and away from Astros right-hander Charlie Morton in the second inning on Monday night, right fielder Josh Reddick initially broke in, thinking it was going to be a shallow fly ball.
LA motivated by tough Wrigley Field memories
Clinching a National League pennant at home would be epic, especially after a 29-year drought. But if karma counts, it would be fitting for the Dodgers, who were eliminated by the Cubs at Wrigley Field in the NL Championship Series last year, to eliminate the Cubs at Wrigley this year.
Dominant Jansen using slider more, cutter less
Long known for throwing cutters at any time in any count, Kenley Jansen has added a new wrinkle as 2017 has gone on. He's throwing his slider more, and it's not just a change of pace. It's a very strong pitch in its own right, as the Cubs are finding out.
Bullpen putting Dodgers in prime position
The Dodgers have so far swept their way through October because they have a formula -- quick hooks and a bullish bullpen -- that is made for this month. It's a formula they hope continues to work for them when the National League Championship Series presented by Camping World resumes with Game 3 at Wrigley Field on Tuesday night.
Judge denies Astros' motion with big Game 3
Aaron Judge broke out of his playoff slump to make massive contributions on both sides of the ball in New York's 8-1 victory over the Astros in Game 3 of the American League Championship Series presented by Camping World, sandwiching a pair of terrific defensive plays around a three-run homer as the Yankees remained undefeated in the Bronx this postseason and cut Houston's series lead to 2-1 heading into Game 4 this afternoon.
Yanks, Judge make Astros CC sick in G3
Aaron Judge crushed a three-run homer and made several splendid defensive plays, including a fearless crash into the right-field wall, as he made his presence felt by powering the Yankees' surge in an 8-1 victory over the Astros in Game 3 of the American League Championship Series presented by Camping World.
McHugh saves 'pen with 4 shutout innings
If there is a silver lining to the Astros' 8-1 loss in Game 3 of the ALCS on Monday night, it's this: Collin McHugh saved the bullpen, pitching four shutout innings and retiring 12 of the 13 hitters he faced.
Astros set to get a break from lefties
The Astros' batting order, one of MLB's best all season, is stacked with some of the brightest right-handed bats in baseball: Jose Altuve, George Springer, Carlos Correa and more. Yet on Monday night at Yankee Stadium, they were stymied by 37-year-old lefty CC Sabathia.
NYY can even ALCS vs. HOU today (5 ET, FS1)
While the Yankees are formulating the early chapters of a familiar script, after halving Houston's American League Championship Series lead Monday, the Astros are still eyeing their own storybook ending. Houston remains in control of this best-of-seven ALCS presented by Camping World, two games to one, but the Yankees have a chance to draw even in Game 4 tonight.
Edwards turns page on DS with scoreless outing
All you had to do was look in Carl Edwards Jr.'s eyes on Sunday to know the Cubs reliever has his confidence back.
Sabathia rescues Yankees, saves bullpen
What do a bear and a bulldog have in common? Both can be ferocious, both fight. CC Sabathia reminds his teammates of both, in the best ways possible, for the way he's responded this postseason with the Yankees' backs against the wall.
Maddon: 'Keep believing' in Cubs' comeback
The Cubs are two games away from being stopped short in defense of their World Series championship, and their right-handed-hitting second baseman, Javier Baez, is hitless in 19 at-bats in the postseason. They have three other options at the position, all of whom would hit left-handed against Dodgers right-hander Yu Darvish tonight.
Maddon couldn't care less about snarky jabs
Cubs manager Joe Maddon knows he has his critics, but he couldn't care less. He was full of confidence on the eve of Game 3, even with the Dodgers leading his Cubs two games to none after Justin Turner's Game 2 walk-off homer off emergency reliever John Lackey in the Dodgers' 4-1 win.
Cubs counting on reliable Hendricks at Wrigley
Of Major League Baseball's four best starting pitchers since midseason, two of them -- Stephen Strasburg and Corey Kluber -- are home for the offseason. The third, Justin Verlander, gave the Astros one of the best games in his life Saturday, putting Houston on a potential collision course with the American League pennant. Then there is Kyle Hendricks.
Astros turn to McCullers for Game 4 in NY
Lance McCullers Jr. will start for the Astros against the Yankees on Tuesday at Yankee Stadium in Game 4 of the American League Championship Series presented by Camping World.
3 reasons Cubs can come back in NLCS
Certainly the Cubs, of all teams, understand that a 2-0 series deficit is hardly insurmountable. Joe Maddon's club rallied from a 3-1 hole in the 2016 World Series to beat the Indians, and from a 2-1 deficit in last year's National League Championship Series to topple the Dodgers.
Gray set for G4 with fresh 'pen behind him
After spending parts of five seasons with the A's, Sonny Gray has had plenty of experience and success against the Astros, and the Yankees will be leaning on him to bounce back when he takes the mound on Tuesday for Game 4 on 11 days' rest.
LA up 2-0 going to Wrigley tonight (9 ET, TBS)
The Dodgers still haven't lost this postseason, and now they take their two-game lead in the hunt for a pennant on the road, where the Cubs hope their opportunistic opponent finally runs into a brick wall. An ivy-covered brick wall, that is.
DYK? Facts, figures about ALCS Game 3
The American League Championship Series presented by Camping World shifted to the Bronx for Monday night's Game 3, and the Yankees finally found their footing.
ALCS Game 3: Aaron Judge, Todd Frazier postgame interview
Aaron Judge and Todd Frazier discuss the Yankees' 8-1 win over the Astros in Game 3 of the American League Championship Series on Monday night.
ALCS Game 3: CC Sabathia postgame interview
Yankees starter CC Sabathia breaks down New York's 8-1 win in Game 3 of the American League Championship Series on Monday night.
ALCS Game 3: Joe Girardi postgame interview
Yankees manager Joe Girardi talks about his club's 8-1 win over the Astros in Game 3 of the American League Championship Series on Monday night.
Astros-Yankees ALCS Game 3: In Real Life
The Yankees beat the Astros, 8-1, on Monday to win Game 3 of the American League Championship Series presented by Camping World. We were at the scene in and around Yankee Stadium. Houston leads the best-of-seven series, 2-1.
Outfield wall no match for Judge on grab
Judge vs. The Wall: Round 2.
Didi Gregorius had a couple 'firsts' of the season during Game 3 of the ALCS
Well, that's a first ...
Frazier hits unlikely HR with off-balance swing
Just raw power.
Cards' Alcantara dominates in comeback AFL win
After a rough start to begin the Arizona Fall League, Sandy Alcantara was absolutely dominant on Monday. The Cardinals' No. 9 prospect was unhittable as Surprise topped Scottsdale, 9-8, in walk-off fashion at Surprise Stadium. Alcantara, who gave up three runs in two innings in his first start, walked one and fanned one over three scoreless frames.
Fire ravages Cossins' California community
Tim Cossins was supposed to be in the Dominican Republic this week to start the Cubs' Instructional League. Instead, he's trying to save his home in Northern California from burning.
Halos hope for steady offense from Maldonado
No Major League catcher shouldered as heavy a workload this regular season as Angels backstop Martin Maldonado. In his first full season as a starter, Maldonado led the Majors with 137 games caught, the most by an Angels catcher since Bob Boone's 144 in 1986.
Girardi: No regrets playing it safe with Severino
Even though it appears that Luis Severino was removed from Game 2 of the American League Championship Series due to an overabundance of caution, Joe Girardi said that he can accept that outcome. The Yankees' manager said that it seemed far preferable to losing his All-Star right-hander to an injury.
Aurilia's home, winery spared worst from fires
Rich Aurilia was spared from the terrible toll of the wildfires that continue to ravage much of northern California. But he felt the heat nonetheless.
Yadi on ground in PR delivering food, water
There has been little opportunity for Yadier Molina to rest since the Cardinals' season ended two weeks ago, as his time and energy have been spent traversing the streets of Puerto Rico to hand-deliver food, water and ice to residents recovering from Hurricane Maria.
Red Sox, Mets line up to interview Cora
The managerial interview carousel will reportedly continue for Astros bench coach Alex Cora, who met with the Red Sox on Sunday about their vacancy and will also meet with the Mets about theirs, according to MLB Network's Ken Rosenthal.
From Kirk to Turner: Top October walk-offs
Is there any better way to end a game?
Marlins evaluating roster with eye on future
With owners Bruce Sherman and Derek Jeter in place, the Marlins are going through an organizational transition. The new group is spending most of October evaluating each department and putting a front office in place.
Early offseason decisions loom for Bucs
On the surface, the Pirates don't appear to have many moving pieces heading into the winter. They must make a few decisions, however, before free agency and trade rumors hit their peak during the Winter Meetings in early December.
The B.O.A.R.D.: The return of Jose Altuve
The man is an icon
Maddon explains why Cubs turned to Lackey
Cubs manager Joe Maddon held closer Wade Davis for a save situation that never arose on Sunday night. Rather than calling on his best reliever in a 1-1 game with two out in the ninth inning, Maddon went with starting pitcher John Lackey, who served up Justin Turner's walk-off homer for a 4-1 loss to the Dodgers.
Turner joins Gibson in Dodgers' walk-off lore
There were no fist pumps from Justin Turner as he rounded second base on Sunday night. Dodger Stadium shook like it was 1988, nonetheless.
Dodgers' patient approach paying off in NLCS
The Dodgers' offensive philosophy in the playoffs has been simple: keep the line moving.
Fan catches history, snags walk-off like a pro
An important personal keepsake, for sure.
Lights-out bullpen saving Dodgers in NLCS
Dodgers' relievers have combined for eight scoreless -- and hitless -- innings in the first two games of the National League Championship Series presented by Camping World.
Pitch of the Night: Rich Hill completely flummoxed Anthony Rizzo with his curveball
Just watch it bend!
Maddon, Cubs recognize bats need to do more
They're batting a combined .166 with one home run between them so far in the postseason. Anthony Rizzo and Kris Bryant aren't the only ones scuffling on the Cubs, but the Dodgers have definitely stymied the pair.
Justin Turner fouled a pitch so hard that he broke the 'i' in 'Camping World' behind home plate
Seems like he's strong enough to raise some tents, then.
Fun-damentals: D, baserunning boost Houston
If one play can signify who the Astros are at this point, it probably occurred in the third inning Saturday afternoon. Actually, it was two plays, minutes apart, and right fielder Josh Reddick made both of them.
LA ballgirls back to work after Vegas tragedy
Dodgers batgirls Christina Zambrana and Amy Moore were back at work for Game 2 of the National League Championship Series after surviving the mass shooting in Las Vegas two weeks ago.
Enrique Hernandez thought ball 3 was ball 4, so umpire Todd Tichenor set him straight
Hey, it happens.
Lupica: LA has seen this Turner classic
Justin Turner's turn last night in LA. Turner's turn, all this time after Kirk Gibson. It wasn't just long ball in that moment. Just baseball.
Vlad Jr. celebrates triple with fun dance
Guerrero means fun.
MLB.TV Postseason Package available now
Signups are underway for the MLB.TV Postseason Package, and anywhere from 26 to 43 games (35 last year) will be played on the way to a trophy presentation at the 113th World Series.
Postseason sked: Times set through LCS
Keep track of game times and broadcast networks for the 2017 Postseason as the quest for a World Series title continues.
Postseason Picture: Track the bracket
10 clubs earned their spots in October. Which team will wind up winning the World Series title?
Take a walk down postseason memory lane
As we prepare to celebrate the 2017 World Series -- one of the most cherished and significant events in sports -- revisit your favorite moments from postseason history with summaries, statistics and game-by-game breakdowns, complete with multimedia.
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