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Tim Lincecum thought about the seismic shifts of baseball's offseason, the ones that saw Albert Pujols and Prince Fielder migrate to the American League.
The Houston Astros hired Jeff Luhnow as their new general manager Wednesday night, hoping he can help rebuild a team that finished with the worst record in the major leagues.
The Cardinals gave the ball to their ace. On short rest, Chris Carpenter paved the way in the World Series finale.
Scott Feldman's pitch just caught the outside corner of the plate, so close that Yadier Molina thought it was ball four and started toward first base.
Albert Pujols tried to give away nothing during the celebration, tried to stay in the moment. But what a moment it was.
Lance Lynn pitches a perfect eighth, striking out Adrian Beltre to end the inning.
David Freese homered in the 11th inning to give the Cardinals a 10-9 victory over Texas in Game 6 of the World Series, capping one of the wildest, most exciting finishes in baseball history.
The Rangers' big bats finally came alive.
Big sequence in the top of the fifth inning.