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The Marlins' Stirring, 11th-Inning Come-From-Behind Defeat Of The Indians In Game 7 Redeemed An Otherwise Lackluster Series
The Art of Winning an (Even More) Unfair Game
Eight years after it forever shifted baseball's tectonic plates, Moneyball is a Brad Pitt movie, but its ethos has changed. Intellectual firepower is mandatory, but no guarantee of success now that the game's financial giants have cracked the code. Competitive advantage: Red Sox
Scouting The Final Four
SI asked major league scouts who closely followed the Division Series to analyze the four teams in the League Championship Series. The scouts were promised anonymity in exchange for their candor. Here's what they revealed. (Players listed with 2002 regular-season stats.)
Thanks to four homegrown, absurdly young starting pitchers and a lineup full of spirited castoffs, the Giants defeated Texas in the World Series to end 56 years of heartbreak and bring San Francisco a championship it can call its own
Long On Shortstops
The Yankees' Derek Jeter is part of a rich crop of young players who are redefining the position
2 Boston Red Sox
After 86 years the curse is over, but do they have enough pitching to repeat?
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Rushin Alphabet Soup
Your loss, Edgar Renteria. If you have acomment for Steve Rushin, send it to email@example.com. Anagrams are not entirely reliable. Is it true ...
Out of Their League
Teams from the National League have been dominated by their American League counterparts in recent years, by almost every measure, and the trend will only continue this season. How did this happen?