Follow live: Contreras, Baez HRs give Arrieta lead
The Cubs are up early on the Dodgers after home runs by Willson Contreras and Javier Baez in the second inning. Los Angeles is a win from reaching its first World Series since 1988.
Willson Contreras and Javier Baez launch long home runs off Alex Wood -- Contreras' mammoth blast hit the scoreboard in left-center -- to give the Cubs the early lead. Baez was 0-for-20 in the postseason before his home run. But we've been here before: The Cubs led 2-0 in Game 1 and 1-0 in Games 2 and 3. Will Game 4 be any different?
Tanaka, Sanchez power Yankees past Astros.
Masahiro Tanaka strikes out eight over seven scoreless innings and Gary Sanchez drives in two runs, including a solo home run, as the Yankees blank the Astros 5-0 for a 3-2 ALCS lead.
Baby Bombers sock Keuchel, Astros to put Yankees one win from World Series
The Yankees' youngsters took down Houston's ace to complete a Bronx sweep and bring the Fall Classic within reach.
This is the Yankees' mentality, even up 3-2 over the Astros. Aaron Judge was asked what he thought of the Yankees' advantage and Judge said, "It's great, but we are not done."
Yankee Stadium's atmosphere the difference.
Chase Headley says that playing at home is a "huge advantage" for the Yankees and credits the team's rookies for maintaining their composure.
Larger than life, Aaron Judge officially arrives as an October hero
In the Yankees' 114-year history, they've never had a rookie like Judge. He is turning an uncertain start into a surreal postseason.
What we've learned this postseason and what to expect next
Can you thrive without trusting the bullpen? Why are so many young stars struggling? We've seen enough to know what matters down the stretch.
Will Alex Cora have his pick of managerial openings?
Astros bench coach Alex Cora reportedly has drawn interest from all four teams looking for new managers.
The Dodgers needed a hero in Game 2, and Justin Turner came in to hit a walk-off, three-run homer that gave Los Angeles a 2-0 NLCS lead over Chicago.
From the jewel of Atlanta's stacked system to young stars almost ready for the majors, these are the players to keep an eye on in Arizona.
The excitement for what could be, and the trepidation for what could fall short, is palpable at Dodger Stadium. Magic Johnson has put the next generation of stars in place and now can only watch to see if they become champions.
Conductor "Bobby Dynamite" takes you on a behind-the-scenes tour of one of baseball's most entertaining ballpark quirks.