10/13/2012 | Giants tab Bumgarner for Game 1 of NLCS
Madison Bumgarner will start the NLCS opener, followed by Ryan Vogelsong in Game 2 at home vs. the Cardinals.
10/13/2012 | Without Jeter, Yanks need A-Rod in top form
Yankees manager Joe Girardi put Alex Rodriguez back in the lineup on Saturday for Game 1 of the American League Championship Series, a day after A-Rod sat in the decisive Game 5 against the Orioles.
10/13/2012 | Tigers plan to stand pat with roster in ALCS
The Tigers aren't shaking it up for the American League Championship Series. The roster Detroit takes into Game 1 against the Yankees on Saturday is the same it won the AL Division Series against Oakland with in five games.
10/13/2012 | Eppley added to ALCS roster in place of Nunez
The Yankees have made one modification to their roster for the American League Championship Series, carrying right-handed reliever Cody Eppley instead of infielder Eduardo Nunez.
10/13/2012 | MLB Notebook: Cards thrive with backs against wall
The Cardinals rallied from six runs down in Game 5 of the NLDS to upend the Nationals and advance to the NLCS. The Cards have won six straight winner-take-all games, tied for the most in postseason history.
10/13/2012 | Mozeliak watches proudly as Cards' pieces produce
Last winter, Cardinals general manager John Mozeliak was given the unenviable task of constructing a club capable of an encore. He'd have to do it, too, without a legendary manager and without the greatest hitter of the generation.
10/13/2012 | After thrilling Division Series, more surprises in store
Whatever happens in the days and weeks ahead, this much is known: The 2012 Division Series have set up the road to the World Series like never before.
10/13/2012 | 'Pen runs out of ink at critical juncture
Closers dream of the situation that Drew Storen faced in the ninth inning on Friday, his Nationals leading by two runs in the ninth inning. But after Storen followed Carlos Beltran's leadoff double with two quick outs, the game began unraveling.
10/13/2012 | Rivalry re-ignited: Giants, Cards have NLCS history
Once again, two of baseball's most venerable franchises will meet on one of the game's grandest stages. The Giants and Cardinals have clashed twice before in the National League Championship Series.
10/12/2012 | Yanks have little time for celebration as Tigers loom
The Yankees didn't have time to savor their win over the Orioles in Friday's Game 5 of the ALDS. They were scheduled to face the Tigers the next night in the first game of the ALCS.
10/12/2012 | Five keys for Yankees in ALCS
The Yanks posted the AL's best record this year for a reason. The Tigers certainly present a challenge for them, but far from an insurmountable one. Here are five keys for the AL East champs to win their 41st pennant and advance to yet another World Series.
10/12/2012 | Reynolds, McLouth want to return to Orioles in '13
When Mark Reynolds fielded questions after the Orioles' 3-1 loss to the Yankees in Game 5 on Friday night, almost every answer ended in thoughts about doing it all again next year. Nate McLouth said he'd also like to return to Baltimore in 2013.
10/12/2012 | Giants draw Cards in historic NLCS matchup
The Giants have drawn the Cardinals -- who rallied in the ninth inning to stun the Nationals in Game 5 of their series -- for a best-of-seven set that pits the last two World Series winners against each other with a ticket to another Fall Classic on the line.
10/12/2012 | Rookies Kelly, Rosenthal step up in relief for Cards
Trevor Rosenthal and fellow rookie reliever Joe Kelly played an integral role in St. Louis' momentous comeback win in Washington on Friday.
10/12/2012 | Euphoric after rally, Cardinals believed all along
The Cardinals went from grasping at a comeback to grasping each others' jerseys in euphoria after they completed the largest comeback in any winner-take-all postseason game.
10/12/2012 | After falling flat early, Wainwright lifted by 'mates
This was what Adam Wainwright lives for -- starting in an elimination game -- until it wasn't, when he was shelled early. But Wainwright went from the lowest of lows to the highest of highs on Friday.
10/12/2012 | Cards get toughest at-bats from unlikely sources
Daniel Descalso and Pete Kozma, take your star turn. Instead of the Cardinals' big boppers getting the key hits in the Redbirds' comeback win Friday, it was the two light-hitting middle infielders.
10/12/2012 | Angelos: Orioles in position for sustained success
Orioles chairman and CEO Peter Angelos made his second appearance in five days following the organization's postseason run -- which ended with Friday's 3-1 Game 5 loss -- and spoke of building on a phenomenally successful 2012.
10/12/2012 | Orioles say 'see ya later' instead of 'goodbye'
The dramatic improvement of the Baltimore Orioles can be expressed in many ways. But one of the most telling ways is the respect that they now receive from the opposition.
10/12/2012 | Yanks, Tigers meet again with Series berth on line
Another chapter in the Yankees-Tigers heated rivalry will be written when the American League Championship Series opens on Saturday night (8 ET on TBS) at Yankee Stadium. Andy Pettitte will start for New York, while Detroit will counter with Doug Fister.
10/12/2012 | Lynn to start NLCS opener should Cards advance
The Cardinals will not use Lance Lynn out of the bullpen on Friday in order to preserve him for a start in Game 1 of the National League Championship Series, should they advance.
10/12/2012 | Garcia likely to have exploratory surgery
Though Jaime Garcia plans to seek out a third opinion on his ailing left shoulder, the Cardinals are expecting the left-hander to undergo exploratory shoulder surgery by the end of the month.
10/12/2012 | Runnells interviews with Rockies for second day
Tom Runnells' interview for the Rockies' vacant managerial post went into it's second day on Friday.
10/12/2012 | Game 4 victory reminded Davey of Nats' early wins
Had the result been different, Nationals manager Davey Johnson surely wouldn't have been viewing his club's inability to put a runner past first base on Thursday as merely a flashback to earlier in the year.
10/12/2012 | Shazam app is home run for baseball fans
Serious, casual or first-time baseball fans have the Shazam app installed on mobile devices, and now they are exposed to live action through the 108th World Series. It is one of the latest ways technology is driving the national pastime into a wider world and reaching a new generation.
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