A scout's all-time great gamble. A future Hall of Famer failing in the biggest moment in Series history. Sam Miller shows there's a lot more to the Fall Classic than MVPs.
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Cardinals third baseman David Freese overcame his own indifference, injuries and several brushes with the law to lift his hometown team to a title.
Relive all the dramatic twists and turns of Game 6 of the 2011 Fall Classic, which helped create a legend in St. Louis.
The great Cardinals catcher talks about his plans beyond 2020, the state of catching in MLB -- and getting into the Hall of Fame.
Dan Shulman talks to Buster about calling play-by-play for big baseball moments. The guys discuss the air being sucked out of Wrigley in the Bartman game, calling Sunday Night Baseball when Osama Bin Laden was killed, David Freese's heroic World Series game six, the good and the bad of the Jose Bautista bat flip game, and being stuck in an elevator when Joe Carter won the World Series (17:57). Plus, ESPN Chicago's Jesse Rogers on the players' reaction the MLB's proposed plan to play, and the current animosity between players and owners as this is sorted out (2:20).
Eric and Tristan discuss the latest 2020 season proposal that includes realignment and a universal DH before testing your knowledge and answering your questions!
We break down the groundbreaking performances of the 2000s, featuring stars from Big Papi and Joey Bats to JV, Kershaw and the Freak.
The numbers and star power are staggering. McGwire and Sosa. Bonds, Griffey and A-Rod. Pedro, Maddux and the Big Unit. And that's just scratching the surface.
130 steals! The original 40/40 season. These were the player performances that defined an unforgettable decade of baseball.
Scandals, scapegoats, superstars and, yes, the Yankees. Sam Miller judges every October since 1903.
Is the Astros' title tarnished? Is Jeter overrated? We settle the biggest debate for all 30 MLB teams
From which franchise icon was better to playing what-if in crucial moments gone wrong, we get the final word on your favorite club's ultimate argument.
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"It's clear that cancelling this year's induction ceremony was the appropriate decision," said incoming Hall of Famer Ted Simmons of the Hall's decision Wednesday that the event would not be held until 2021. "I commend the Board for making this decision under these difficult circumstances, particularly in New York, a state severely hit by the pandemic. This was the wisest and smartest thing to do, given the existing environment and the danger that this pandemic presents."
A day after MLB told teams they could decide their own ticket refund policies, the Cubs, Cardinals and Red Sox announced their plans for games not played through May.
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On the Hall of Fame's decision Wednesday to postpone its 2020 inductions to ‘21, electee Larry Walker said, "I fully understand and agree with the Board's decision." He added: "It is most important to do the right thing for everybody involved, and that means not putting any participants in jeopardy, whether Hall of Famers or visitors. I realize how serious this situation has become and how many lives have been lost."