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Latest World Series Items
If Chicago has been willing to believe that a cow caused the Great Chicago Fire, maybe it will buy this one: The White Sox got the idea to throw the 1919 World Series after the Cubs did the same thing one year earlier.
Pat Gillick spent his professional career evaluating baseball talent, and his skill at the job took him all the way to Cooperstown. So when Gillick toured the Baseball Hall of Fame on Tuesday in preparation for his July 24 induction, his scouting instincts took over.
The Nationals are 8-7 through their first 15 games this season, just like last season. This season, however, has a much different vibe.
Shane Victorino charges hard from center field, chasing a sinking line drive. His glove, the ball and the grass all smack together at the same time. What's the call?
Tim Corbin has built Vanderbilt into a top Southeastern Conference baseball program that consistently plays in the NCAA tournament while producing major league talent each June.
Target Field will host Major League Baseball's RBI World Series the next two years.
Bruce Bochy pulled a prank on a few of his players late in spring training, bringing them into his Scottsdale Stadium office and showing them an inexpensive ring from the Dominican Summer League. He insisted it was a preview of their World Series jewelry to come.
The eight women and four men sat in the jury box for more than 4 1/2 hours Thursday, listening to angry arguments from federal prosecutors and Barry Bonds' attorneys at the end of a 12-day trial that exposed the dark world of baseball's steroids era.
After their first World Series last year, the Texas Rangers are on quite a roll.