No Yankees or Red Sox. No Angels or Tigers, either. Brace yourself for ratings talk, but die-hard baseball fans will enjoy the actual four AL teams remaining.
Be honest: Were you really still paying attention in September? Maybe those with good teams were, but for everyone else, Scott White shares what you missed, including Shin-Soo Choo's unexpected resurgence and Rich Hill's storybook return.
Picks for MVP, Cy Young, Rookie of the Year, Manager of the Year as well as picks for the worst hitters and pitchers in each league.
What will the Nationals do to sort out their mess, A look around MLB job openings, World Series hopes and news from around Major League Baseball.
Rewarding a second-half turnaround in which they've gone 41-20 since July 29, the Rangers also eliminated the Angels from the AL West race. Texas also lowered its magic number to clinch the division to one.
Robinson Cano reached 2,000 career hits on Wednesday night. Let's take a look at the active players with at least 2,000 and their chances for getting to the hallowed 3,000th hit.
Here are the nominees for MLB's annual Roberto Clemente Award.
Now that David Ortiz has joined the 500 home run club, what player will be next? Miguel Cabrera seems like a good bet.
Red Sox DH David Ortiz has joined the 500 Home Run Club. He's the 27th man in MLB history to do so.
Clayton Kershaw and Bryce Harper are priced out of this world. Is there any way to play both?

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