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World Series Recap

by Tara Sledjeski

Wikimedia Commons

For the third time in five years the San Francisco Giants are World Champions. The Giants latest World Series title came last night after a 3-2 victory over the Kansas City Royals in Game Seven of the series.

A Youngster's Rise

by Tara Sledjeski

Wikimedia Commons

When Brandon Finnegan took the mound in game three of the World Series for the Kansas City Royals, he made history. The 21-year old became the first player to appear in the College World Series and Major League World Series in the same season and did so in style.

World Series Game 3 Preview

by Tara Sledjeski

Wikimedia Commons

The 2014 World Series will head to San Francisco tonight with things all knotted up after the Kansas City Royals defeated the San Francisco Giants 7-2 in Game Two Wednesday night in KC. The Game One score was just as lopsided with the Giants winning 7-1 behind another stellar performance from lefty Madison Bumgarner.

Al Michaels Relives the Earthquake Game

by Anthony Pucik

Wikimedia Commons

25 years ago yesterday, Game 3 for the 1989 World Series between the San Francisco Giants and Oakland Athletics was interrupted by an earthquake, and Al Michaels was there to announce it all. Kyle Kesses talked with the Vin Scully Award winner about the game and what it was like. You can also take a look at the full piece here

A-Rod Looking Forward to Return

by Kenny Ducey

Flickr/ccho

BOSTON -- There is positive news regarding communication between Yankees GM Brian Cashman and Alex Rodriguez, for a change.

While the team says goodbye to longtime Shortstop Derek Jeter, it prepares to welcome back A-Rod, who's suspension will come to an end after the Yankees' final game Sunday, with open arms.

“I’ve already been talking to A-Rod personally," said Cashman. "I reached out to Alex about ten days ago. I talked to him trying to get his thought process on what’s the best way to come back."