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  • Madison Bumgarner gem puts Giants a win away from World Series title

    Madison Bumgarner gem puts Giants a win away from World Series title
    Madison Bumgarner did all he could do to clinch being selected the most valuable player of the World Series. Two games, two victories, one run and, in the last game here this season, one loud “M-V-P” chant from the home fans. For the San...
  • Ratings: NBC's 'Sunday Night Football' Dominates World Series on Fox

    While the World Series was no match in the ratings last night for "Sunday Night Football," the good news for Fox is that a sixth, and potentially seventh game of the Fall Classic -- airing without any competition from the NFL -- should produce a surge...
  • Departures from Tampa add to Rays' attendance and ballpark troubles

    In an era when the best free agents can make more than $200 million, teams in small markets cannot always afford to retain their best players. However, when those teams cannot afford to retain their best management personnel, should the viability of the...
  • No harm, no foul after Madison Bumgarner misquote

    We can only imagine the uproar Babe Ruth's Called Shot home run at Wrigley Field would have created if Twitter had been around during the 1932 World Series. Instead, we'll have to settle for the silly controversy surrounding a single tweet about...
  • Bothersome tweet moot after Giants victory in Game 4

    SAN FRANCISCO — We can only imagine the uproar Babe Ruth's "Called Shot" home run at Wrigley Field would have created if Twitter had been around during the 1932 World Series. Instead, we'll have to settle for the silly controversy surrounding a...
  • Royals getting harder to deal with, beat Giants and lead World Series

    SAN FRANCISCO — Zack Greinke asked out of Kansas City four years ago. He was in the prime of his career. He would not sign a new contract with the Royals because he wanted to win and, as he told anyone who asked, he did not believe the Royals...
  • Letters: Steve Nash, they hardly knew you

    A few weeks ago I was asked what I thought would be a bigger number this season for the Lakers: games won or games played by Steve Nash. I said I thought it was too close to call. In light of Nash missing the entire season and playing zero games in 2014-...
  • Firing from Cubs worked out fine for Dale Sveum

    Firing from Cubs worked out fine for Dale Sveum
    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Worst to first: Royals hitting coach Dale Sveum is enjoying the Series' atmosphere after being fired as Cubs manager one year ago with a year remaining on his three-year contract. "You get fired and end up in the place like...
  • Royals wake up in Game 2 and Giants take offense

     Royals wake up in Game 2 and Giants take offense
    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — When Giants reliever Hunter Strickland began jawing at catcher Salvador Perez in the sixth inning of Game 2 of the World Series on Wednesday night, the Royals knew they finally had arrived. Up until then, they were just the...
  • World Series Ratings Off to Worst Start on Record

    The Kansas City Royals were a great story in baseball this year, but as a team with little star power that hails from a small market, their surprise run to face the San Francisco Giants in the World Series may not be resonating with more casual sports...
  • Kansas City gushing over out-of-nowhere Royals

    Kansas City gushing over out-of-nowhere Royals
    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Among the World Series souvenirs being hawked near a fountain off 47th Street Monday afternoon was a blue T-shirt with a generic slogan: "Kansas City vs. Everybody." I asked the saleswoman what it was referring to. She replied...