Win totals for all 30 MLB clubs have been posted, presenting intriguing wagering opportunities for bettors willing to put in the time and effort. On Tuesday we previewed three American League team win totals, and today we'll turn our attention to the National League.
Gerrit Cole and Stephen Strasburg have performed remarkably for their respective clubs this postseason, pitching to a 1.01 ERA and 7.22 strikeout-walk ratio in a combined 44 2/3 innings. But how do they stack up against some of the great playoff pitchers of all time? BetAmerica decided to do a little off-day digging to find out.
With a commanding 3-0 lead in the National League Championship Series, the Nationals are on the verge of their first World Series appearance. Starter Patrick Corbin will try to seal the deal against Dakota Hudson and the Cardinals at Nationals Stadium on Tuesday night.
After they seized the first two games of this series on the road, the Washington Nationals will attempt to take a commanding 3-0 lead in the National League Championship Series over the St. Louis Cardinals on Monday night.
Both the Washington Nationals and St. Louis Cardinals pulled off sizable upsets in the NLDS. Who has the advantage in the NLCS?
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The carefree days of summer have officially been replaced by the dread-filled nights of fall, when the general managers of every World Series contender spend sleepless nights worrying about their rosters.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.