The Astros and Royals are set to do battle in Game 2 of their ALDS Friday afternoon. Here's how they'll each line up.
The Astros beat the Royals 5-3 in Game 1 of the ALDS Thursday night. Here are the five defining moments of the game.
The Astros and Royals have posted their starting lineups for Game 1 of the ALDS. First pitch is scheduled for 7:30pm ET on Thursday.
Both the Royals and Astros have set and announced their rosters for the ALDS.
The teams have similarities -- notably strong defense, and sneaky offense. The Astros definitely have more power and appear to be better at the top of the starting rotation, but will those strengths be available thanks to conditions of the series?
The numbers show that Cubs rookie Kris Bryant has stepped up his game in key situations.
The Royals are going back to the postseason. They clinched their first division title since 1985 on Thursday night.
Impending free-agent Jeff Samardzija should still find an acceptable deal after his down season. Here's a look at his year, as well as 24 other soon-to-be free agents. Plus, more MLB notes.
The Royals will soon have Alex Gordon back and could bench Omar Infante and Alex Rios, meaning the best team in the AL is about to get better.
Thursday is National Left-Handers' Day in the United States. Kyle Schwarber led the way with two left-handed homers, plus the day's three lefty starters all picked up wins.

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