Time to CSI the local MLB teams with two of the best sports coroners, Andy and Brian Kamenetzky.
The MLB playoffs will move on without Los Angeles as the Angels were swept by the Kansas City Royals over the weekend and then last night in St. Louis.
The sports autopsy begins with the body in blue, the Dodgers.
Then the Kamenetzky brothers discuss the following:
- There is a feeling by some that in baseball, the postseason is really just one big roll of the dice. But if that were always true then why is it that lately it's pretty much the Giants and Cardinals that dominating the National League?
- The Angels had the best record in baseball. They clinched early--maybe too early--and were swept by the Royals who were fighting to get in to the playoffs until the end and have seemingly ridden that momentum. Is that an excuse?
- All in all, did the Dodgers and Angels have successful seasons?
- So it's the Giants and Cardinals in the National League, the Baltimore Orioles and K.C. Royals in the American League. Considering that last week the Kamenetzkys predicted a Dodgers/Angels World Series, how do they think this will play out?