Los Angeles Dodgers make MLB postseason history with 11-run first inning vs. Atlanta Braves
The Dodgers scored 11 runs, the most in any inning in MLB postseason history, in the first inning of Wednesday’s NLCS Game 3 against the Braves.
Aaron Boone: ‘Razor thin’ difference between Yankees and eventual World Series winner
Among the topics Yankees GM Brian Cashman addressed Wednesday was the status of the struggling Gary Sanchez. “We have to determine whether this was a byproduct of unique circumstances or more reflection of what is to be expected as we move forward.”
Los Angeles Dodgers to evaluate Clayton Kershaw on Thursday
The Dodgers will wait to see how Clayton Kershaw’s back responds Thursday morning before deciding whether he’ll start Game 4 of the NLCS against the Braves that night.
Steve Sax says he feels for Houston Astros’ struggling Jose Altuve
Steve Sax, who famously had a case of the “yips” in the 1980s, told ESPN he feels for the Astros’ Jose Altuve, who is experiencing the problem in the ALCS.
Chicago White Sox get OK from Los Angeles Angels to talk to Tony La Russa about job, source says
The White Sox have been given permission by the Angels to interview Tony La Russa for their managerial vacancy, a source confirmed to ESPN.
Seager on being down 2-0: ‘We’re looking up to the challenge’
Corey Seager insists that the Dodgers are prepared to bounce back after falling down 2-0 in the NLCS against the Braves.