5 Things: Mets Advance to World SeriesThe New York Mets are headed to their first World Series since the 2000 Subway Series.
Cubs Swept By Mets In NLCS, Eliminated From PostseasonDaniel Murphy homered in his record sixth straight postseason game, and the Mets once again never trailed.
Not All Chicagoans Cheering On Cubs In NLCS Not everybody in Chicago is rooting for the Cubs in the NLCS, reports WBBM's Steve Miller
Lucky Cubs Fans Win Lottery To Buy NLCS TicketsFans are clamoring for tickets and the second-hand market can get pretty pricey, but some lucky fans got tickets through a lottery.
Fans Celebrate As Cubs Clinch Postseason Series At HomeIt was one big party in Wrigleyville after the Cubs did something they've never done in the 101-year history of Wrigley Field -- clinch a postseason series at home.
Cubs Win NL Division Series, Beat Cardinals 6-4 In Game 4The Cubs clinched a postseason series at Wrigley Field for the first time ever, getting home runs from Kyle Schwarber, Anthony Rizzo and Javier Baez.
Cubs Even NLDS 1-1 With Game 2 Win Over CardinalsSmall ball from the Cubs and miscues by the Cardinals led to a five-run second inning for Chicago.
Your Rooting Guide For The 2015 MLB PlayoffsThe fact that your favorite team couldn't hack it this year isn't a good enough reason to sit on the sidelines all of October as the MLB postseason gets underway. Here are some teams you might want to root for... or against.
This Week In Baseball: Who To Root For If Your Team's Out Of The MLB Playoff HuntIs your team eliminated from the postseason? We're here to help you enjoy the rest of the year.
Report: Additional MLB Wild Cards A 'Go' For This SeasonTwo additional wild cards will be added for this season, meaning 10 teams will make the playoffs in Major League Baseball, according to a report.
Owners Approve Extra Wild Card Teams, Astros Move To ALCommissioner Bud Selig said owners approved two additional wild-card teams for the postseason, meaning 10 of the 30 teams make the playoffs.
Crazy Night In Baseball Ends With Two Major CollapsesA 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.