Can the Nationals repeat as World Series champions in 2020, or will someone new step up? BetAmerica takes an early look at the Fall Classic futures market.
Two decisive Game 5s await in the two National League Division Series, as the Braves host the Cardinals and the Nationals travel to the West Coast to face the Dodgers.
Could all-or-nothing elimination games be coming, or can the Braves and Dodgers close out the NLDS Monday and advance to the NLCS?
While the American League is just getting started in its Division Series on Friday, the National League has a pair of pivotal Game 2 matchups. Can the Braves and Nationals bounce back, or will the Cardinals and Dodgers take a commanding 2-0 lead?
The St. Louis Cardinals will make their first trip to the postseason since 2015, and they'll be underdogs against the Atlanta Braves, the National League East champions for the second straight year, in a best-of-five National League Division Series that begins Thursday, October 3.
The carefree days of summer have officially been replaced by the dread-filled nights of fall, when the general managers of every World Series contender spend sleepless nights worrying about their rosters. We’ve examined each divisional leader closely and have identified the one Achilles heel that may prevent them from hoisting the Commissioner’s Trophy.
Oddsmakers are beginning to buy into the Braves. Atlanta’s odds to win the World Series have improved from +800 to +750 after the club clinched its second straight National League East title with a commanding 6-0 victory over the San Francisco Giants.
We're focusing on totals Thursday, September 19, when the Phillies take on the Braves and the Cubs host the Cardinals.
Wednesday's MLB slate includes an NL East matchup between the Phillies and Braves, while the Dodgers host the Rays in interleague action.
The return of Luis Severino for the New York Yankees on Tuesday will mix things up in the American League, while the Braves offer value against the Phillies.