After 33 seasons as a big-league manager, and three World Series wins, the man who loves making pitching changes has given …
(ST. LOUIS) – When David Murphy of the Texas Rangers took the final swing of this memorable, sometimes magical, World Series, Allen Craig, the St. Louis left fielder, forgot his fundamentals as the ball sailed toward him.
(ARLINGTON, Texas) – Hey, St. Louis, if your team loses the World Series this year, blame a bad phone connection.
(ARLINGTON, Texas) – The Texas Rangers, who shut out the St. Louis Cardinals on Sunday night, 4-0, to even the World Series at 2-2, should win it all this year. If they don’t, their fans will have every right to be irate.
Well, that’s more like it. This year’s Mr. October has emerged from the World Series.
This World Series is for the heartland.
They don’t make managers like Sparky any more. That’s why everyone couldn’t help but love him.
Baseball’s got a nasty World Series problem.
2010, baseball’s year of the pitcher, is now at an end.
The front office of the Tampa Bay Rays may want to follow the example of the U.S. Ryder Cup captain Corey Pavin, and tell their players to stop tweeting.
From flawless pitching performances to titanic home runs (and a misplayed ground ball), TIME has your bases covered on this tour of October’s greatest moments