3. Nathan Eovaldi
Eovaldi came to Texas with a stellar postseason reputation, and he's only added to it this fall.
No matter who he faces, the results are always the same. He's been mowing batters down for the last three weeks and it doesn't look like he plans on stopping anytime soon.
He kicked things off with 6 2/3 innings of one-run ball against the Tampa Bay Rays in the Wild Card Round, but that was only the appetizer. Eovaldi followed that up by allowing 1 run in 7 innings against the Baltimore Orioles in the ALDS.
The Astros were his toughest test yet, but he rose to the challenge. Eovaldi won both of his starts in the ALCS, giving up 5 runs with 13 strikeouts in 12 1/3 innings.
Four starts. Four wins. That's how you do it. He's already won a World Series with the 2018 Boston Red Sox, so don't be surprised if he keeps it in the Fall Classic.