Dayn Perry

CBS Sports Writer /

Red Sox advance to World Series: Jackie Bradley Jr. named ALCS MVP for clutch performance

It's quite a pivot for a player who struggled at the plate during the regular season

Red Sox vs. Astros: Live stream, watch MLB playoffs online, TV channel, ALCS Game 5 prediction, pick, odds

The reigning-champion Astros will be fighting for their playoff lives on Thursday

Dodgers vs. Brewers: Prediction, NLCS Game 6 pick, MLB playoffs TV channel, live stream, watch online

It's Game 6 of the NLCS, and the Dodgers are one win away from returning to the World Series

Red Sox vs. Astros fan interference: Everything you need to know about the controversial call in ALCS Game 4

The call in Game 4 of the ALCS is among some of the most controversial plays in MLB playoff history

Dodgers vs. Brewers score: Clayton Kershaw leads Los Angeles to brink of World Series return

The Dodgers received a gem from Kershaw and the offense did the rest to put L.A. one win away from the World Series

Marlins are removing the home run sculpture from their stadium and it could cost them $2.5 million, report says

Derek Jeter will reportedly get his way when it comes to the work of baseball art

Red Sox vs. Astros: Live stream, watch MLB playoffs online, TV channel, prediction, ALCS Game 3 pick, odds

The series is tied 1-1, and Game 3 of the ALCS is in Minute Maid Park in Houston

Brewers vs. Dodgers: Manny Machado's slide causes a stir in NLCS Game 3; here's what the MLB rule book says

Machado's slide in Game 3 of the ALCS ended up costing his team an out

Angels are reportedly handing out a two-hour written test to managerial candidates

The Angels are reportedly taking an unconventional approach to finding Mike Scioscia's replacement

MLB playoffs: Former Dodgers announcer Vin Scully declines Joe Buck's invite to join broadcast booth for NLCS Game 3

No, the legendary broadcaster won't be making an appearance in the booth during the NLCS

Dayn Perry has been a baseball writer for CBS Sports since early 2012. Prior to that, he wrote for and He's the author of three books, the most recent being Reggie Jackson: The Life and Thunderous Career of Baseball's Mr. October. A native of Mississippi, he now lives in Chicago with wife, son, and dog.

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