MLB Playoffs Week in Review – October 20, 2013

AL Championship Series Game Six
AL Championship Series Game Six
<b>Tigers 2, Red Sox 5. </b> A late-inning grand slam by Shane Victorino derailed the Tigers' efforts to force a Game Seven. Lost in the bustle: Jose Iglesias' costly error on a potential double-play ball, and Prince Fielder's baserunning gaffe. (Photo by Jared Wickerham/Getty Images)
NL Championship Series Game Six
NL Championship Series Game Six
<b>Dodgers 0, Cardinals 9.</b> The Cardinals swamped Clayton Kershaw and the Dodgers. Michael Wacha spun seven shutout innings, and the offense went 6-for-14 with runners in scoring position. (Photo by David E. Klutho/Pool/Getty Images)
AL Championship Series Game Five
AL Championship Series Game Five
<b>Red Sox 4, Tigers 3. </b>John Farrell used his bullpen aggressively to secure a 3-2 lead in the series. He used Junichi Tazawa for 1 1/3 innings and later turned to Koji Uehara for a five-out save. Mike Napoli's two-run home run represented the big damage on the offensive end. (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)
AL Championship Series Game Four
AL Championship Series Game Four
<b>Red Sox 3, Tigers 7.</b> Miguel Cabrera hit two doubles and was one of three Tigers to drive in two runs apiece. Jake Peavy came up short, lasting just three innings and allowing eight baserunner sand seven runs. Doug Fister, for his part, allowed one run over six innings. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)
NL Championship Series Game Five
NL Championship Series Game Five
<b>Cardinals 4, Dodgers 6.</b> The Dodgers forced another game behind seven two-run innings from Zack Greinke and an offensive breakout. Adrian Gonzalez, Carl Crawford, and A.J. Ellis each hit home runs, and Greinke helped his cause by driving in a run of his own. St. Louis threatened late, but came up short. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)
NL Championship Series Game Four
NL Championship Series Game Four
<b>Cardinals 4, Dodgers 2.</b> Matt Holliday hit a two-run home run off Ricky Nolasco, and Shane Robinson added a solo shot later on to cement the Cardinals' lead. The Cardinals bullpen, by the way, combined to throw 3 2/3 shutout innings. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)
AL Championship Series Game Three
AL Championship Series Game Three
<b>Red Sox 1, Tigers 0. </b> In a matchup between John Lackey and Justin Verlander, who had Lackey winning? The big righty threw six-plus innings, fanning eight and allowing four baserunners. Mike Napoli drove in the game's only run, leaving Boston up 2-1 and in the driver's seat. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)
NL Championship Series Game Three
NL Championship Series Game Three
<b>Cardinals 0, Dodgers 3.</b> Hyun-Jin Ryu outpitched Adam Wainwright to put the Dodgers on the board in the series. Ryu allowed just four baserunners over seven innings. Meanwhile, Adrian Gonzalez, Yasiel Puig, and Hanley Ramirez drove in a run apiece. (Photo by Jeff Gross/Getty Images)
Categories: Sports
View Comments

Latest Galleries

David Letterman's Greatest Musical Guests
Storm Damage; Flooding - Johnson County
Mother's Day Gift Ideas From Children
Severe Weather Hits DFW Area - April 24
The United States' Most Stunning Natural Wonders
ACM Awards Press Room
ACM Red Carpet Gallery
ACM Party For A Cause - Day 1 & 2
blog comments powered by Disqus