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Lost In History
From 1929 to 1931, the Philadelphia A's were the best team in baseball, with four future Hall of Famers and a lineup that dominated Babe Ruth's legendary Yankees. So why hasn't anyone heard of them?
It Went All the Way!
And so did Pittsburgh's Pirates when Bill Mazeroski swung his bat and hit the ball over Forbes Field's distant left field wall. Yankee hopes were dead, the seventh game was over and the Pirates had won their first World Series in 35 years.
5 Outs Away
A year ago the Cubs and Red Sox each came that close to the World Series, only to see it all blow up in eerily similar—and all-too-familiar—fashion
Tom Brady As You Forgot Him
Before he became the premier postseason performer of his generation, the Patriots icon was a middling college quarterback who invited skepticism, even scorn, from fans and his coaches. That was all—and that was everything
A Real Cutup
Seattle Mariners Slugger Jay Buhner May Look like a Fiend, But He's Actually a Fun-loving, Fan-friendly Star with Only One Revolting Habit
The House of Murph
As the Mets and Royals Clash in the Fall Classic, All Eyes Are on a Previously Anonymous Second Baseman Who's on One of the Great Power Binges in October History. Can Daniel Murphy Possibly Keep Hitting Home Runs? The Answer Will Go a Long Way toward Deciding Which Franchise Ends Its Title Drought
The Best Player You Never Saw
In clubhouses from Class A to the majors, even superstars such as Albert Pujols still speak in awe of the promise of Brian Cole
The Bulls are making child's play of foes as they shoot for a record 70 wins
The Disciples of St. Darrell on a Wild Weekend
A portrait of Texas football fandom: There were four big games in three days and Longhorn rooter Joe Coffman had the time of his life