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Clayton Kershaw says he accepts the reasons he was given for not starting Game 1 of the National League Division Series.
Reunited in Cleveland, the pair would like nothing more than to go farther in the playoffs with the Indians than they did with the Blue Jays.
The National League Division Series gets underway at Miller Park.
Rockies pitcher Tyler Anderson will start Game 2 of the NLDS vs. the Brewers, who were 24-19 against left-handed pitchers this season.
Chris Sale insists he feels good and expects to win regardless of questions over his velocity after shoulder issues, as the Red Sox ace gets the ball for Game 1 of Friday's American League Division Series against the Yankees.
J.A. Happ, who went 1-1 with a 1.99 ERA in four starts against the Red Sox this season, will pitch Game 1 of the ALDS for the Yankees on Friday night.
Indians manager Terry Francona said Thursday that outfielder Rajai Davis will get the final spot on the team's 25-man roster for the AL Division Series against the Astros.
A's fan John Spencer, who was caught on video being doused with beer at Yankee Stadium, will receive a "care package" from the Athletics after they tracked him down.
Braves shortstop Dansby Swanson and Dodgers starter Ross Stripling were both left off their respective NLDS rosters.
Tim Kurkjian makes the case for a Milwaukee-Los Angeles NLCS -- and why he might be completely wrong about both teams.
The Rockies look to ride their wild-card momentum, the young Braves hope to shake any jitters, and Milwaukee and L.A. try to hold serve at home.
The 20-year-old phenom hasn't been afraid to enjoy the ride while helping the Braves return to the postseason.
What has the super-talented rookie given the Braves? Energy, excitement, confidence and an early start to becoming the NL's next powerhouse.
The offense is booming, the rotation is clicking and L.A. is finally looking like the powerhouse we've been waiting to see all season -- but none of it will matter if the Dodgers' closer isn't on his game in October.
If their monster home runs in New York's wild-card win are any indication, the Yankees' sluggers are fit and ready to do some damage.
Baseball's bitter rivals will be at it again, meeting in the playoffs for the first time since their epic battles of 2003 and '04.
While the Red Sox posted a franchise-record 108 wins, their bullpen struggled in September. However, Boston manager Alex Cora said Wednesday he remains confident in the unit entering the playoffs.
Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said Wednesday that while Clayton Kershaw wanted to start Game 1 of the National League Division Series, he understands why Roberts has chosen to go with Hyun-Jin Ryu on Thursday.
Two teams, 208 regular-season wins. It was a banner year for the Rivalry. Now, it's a best of five. Here's how we got here.