What A Weekend!; The Drive - 10/24/16Dave, Kayte, and Nate start your week off right on The Drive.
Five Things: Cubs And Indians Reach World SeriesThe two franchises with the longest World Series droughts will square off in the Fall Classic.
Five Things: Cubs and Dodgers Tied, Indians DominantCleveland has a commanding 2-0 lead in the ALCS while Clayton Kershaw helped the Dodgers steal a game at Wrigley.
Jason Ross: Giants Need To Find A Closer To Trust In 2017All season long, the San Francisco Giants have had bullpen issues and last night, it reared it's ugly head at the worst possible time.
Kayte Christensen: Is There A Curse On The Cubbies?But is there really a curse? It's crazy to me that failures to compete in a major sport have been attributed to a poor man and his goat.
There's Always Next Year; The Drive - 10/12/16Dave, Kayte, and Nate try to recover from the Giants' heartbreaking playoff loss last night on The Drive.
Even Year Magic Runs Out, SF Giants Fall 6-5 To CubsJavier Baez's tiebreaking single capped a four-run rally in the ninth inning, and the Chicago Cubs beat the San Francisco Giants 6-5 on Tuesday night in Game 4 to win their NL Division Series.
Late Nights, Early Mornings; The Drive - 10/11/16Dave, Kayte, and Nate bring you a jam-packed Tuesday edition of The Drive.
Panik, Giants Top Cubs 6-5 In 13 To Force Game 4 In NLDS Kris Bryant hit a tying, two-run homer off Sergio Romo in the ninth inning, Albert Almora Jr. made a game-saving catch moments later and the Chicago Cubs were tied 5-5 with the San Francisco Giants after 11 innings Monday night in Game 3 of their NL Division Series.
Five Things: Blue Jays Sweep, Cubs and Indians Attempt SameThe Blue Jays are headed back to the ALCS. Can the Cubs and Indians close out their series' today?
Carmichael Dave: I Didn't Want It To Be Giants Vs. CubsCarmichael Dave explains why he didn't want the NLDS to be this way.
Movin' On Up; The Drive - 10/06/16Dave, Kayte, and Nate have a jam-packed Thursday show for you on The Drive.
5 Things: A’s KO The Champs While Red Sox Bury YankeesTwo aspiring American League playoff teams suffered four-game sweeps last week, and in the National League, the San Francisco Giants continued their freefall down the standings. But that’s not all that happened last week in Major League Baseball, of course.
5 Things: Strange Highs And Curious Lows For Brandon Crawford And The San Francisco GiantsThere's never a dull moment in Major League Baseball, of course, but some weeks are more volatile than others. Nothing illustrates this better than the seven-day stretch the San Francisco Giants just went through. Last Monday, shortstop Brandon Crawford set a record with seven hits in one game, but by Sunday, the team's bullpen had wasted all the momentum generated earlier in the week. In other big news, Texas first baseman Prince Fielder announced his playing days were over due to injury concerns, and Alex Rodriguez played his final MLB game.
5 Things: A-Rod And Teixeira Saying Goodbye, While Ichiro Makes More HistoryThe Chicago Cubs had another perfect week thanks to another ninth-inning comeback, but the big headlines in Major League Baseball last week came from the Bronx and the Rocky Mountains. Both Alex Rodriguez and Mark Teixeira said their goodbyes to the New York Yankees, albeit in different ways. Meanwhile, Ichiro Suzuki capped a Hall of Fame career with his 3,000th hit in Denver, an amazing accomplishment considering he didn't join MLB until he was 26 years old.