Two additional wild cards will be added for this season, meaning 10 teams will make the playoffs in Major League Baseball, according to a report.
Commissioner Bud Selig said owners approved two additional wild-card teams for the postseason, meaning 10 of the 30 teams make the playoffs.
A benchwarmer hitting .108 saves Tampa Bay. A $142 million star lets it slip away for Boston. A rookie closer falters in Atlanta. An ace delivers for St. Louis.
Carlos Pena hasn’t even had a chance to play a game as a Chicago Cub, but that hasn’t stopped him from feeling right at home with the organization and his new teammates.
There has been talk of several changes for the format and rules of the MLB Playoffs. But according to commissioner Bud Selig, there won’t be any changes for 2011 playoffs.