Madison Bumgarner and the Giants start their campaign for their third World Series in five years tonight in Pittsburgh. Can they win?
The Indians moved Carrasco back to the rotation where he's found success. But is he here to stay?
We've been tracking each team's nERD ratings throughout the year. Based solely on these ratings, who would win it all in 2014?
Every so often, an inexperienced minor leaguer makes a major impact in October. Who are this year's breakout candidates?
Will the Royals win their first playoff game since 1985, or will the A's get past their late-season stumbles and move onto the ALDS?
Jordan Zimmermann's no-hitter on Sunday capped off an incredible regular season run by the Nats' starting five.
At the end of 2013, the Angels had three players competing for one outfield spot. Kole Calhoun got the nod, the other two options were traded, and the rest is history.
With just a few games left in the season, here's a look at who has hit lefties and righties the best in 2014.
The race for AL Cy Young is down to two pitchers, and it's a virtual coin flip.
After a brutal August, the Dodgers' young Cuban star has returned to form in September.
There aren't a lot of solid pitching options tonight, so our algorithms went with some hot bats.
If the A's don't make the playoffs, it would be one of the worst collapses in baseball history.