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Relive the Best Moments of Big Papi's 20-Year MLB Career

For 20 years, David Ortiz was locked in a love affair with the Boston faithful and the rest of baseball fans across the country. Relive some of the top moments from his Hall of Fame career. Read more MLB news on

Tim Tebow Comments on Baseball Career, More in Good Morning America Interview

Former NFL player and aspiring baseball player Tim Tebow appeared on Good Morning America on Monday to promote his new book, Shaken: Discovering Your True Identity in the Midst of Life's Storms, and spoke about playing baseball, remaining...Show More Summary

2017 MLB Free Agents: Latest Rumors, Predictions Before World Series

While the World Series has attracted the collective focus of the baseball world, it doesn't mean the rumor mill has decided to take a week off. The MLB offseason is rapidly approaching, so teams are beginning to get their free-agent plans together. Show More Summary

Scott Miller's Starting 9 (+6): Droughts, Edges in a Cubs-Indians World Series

CLEVELAND — Pinch us. The 112th World Series starts here Tuesday night, and the Cleveland Indians will tangle with the Chicago Cubs? For reals? Next thing you'll tell us is there are cordless telephones you can carry around that also...Show More Summary

World Series 2016 Schedule: Dates, TV Info and More for MLB Championship

The 2016 World Series is set, and no matter who wins, it will be a celebration a long time in the making. The Chicago Cubs are considered the team of destiny as they try to win their first championship since 1908. On the other hand,Show More Summary

Predicting the 2016-17 MLB Offseason's Biggest Blockbuster Moves

With the World Series set to begin on Tuesday, we're less than two weeks away from the start of another action-packed MLB offseason. This year's crop of free agents is loaded with impact power bats and high-octane relievers but is historically...Show More Summary

Is Aroldis Chapman or Kenley Jansen This Winter's Top Closer Available?

There’s a growing conundrum plaguing the minds of baseball’s best executives. To a man, each is searching for the sport’s most elusive prize: a shutdown bullpen. See, hundreds of pitchers are drafted and singed by all 30 organizations every year. Show More Summary

The Cleveland Indians' Star-Studded '90s MLB Dynasty That Never Was

Thirteen-year MLB pitcher Brian Anderson grew up in Northeast Ohio, living the history and living the heartache. The local sports teams never won, and the losses could be excruciating. He was a 15-year-old kid watching what Clevelanders...Show More Summary

Check your tickets: Nats report more than $20,000 in unclaimed raffle winnings

While the Nationals suffered another first-round playoff series loss, you may be a winner.

Arkansas’ downright eerie connection to the Cub-Indians World Series

There’s good reason to be superstitious this time of year, and I suggest that superstitious baseball fans keep an eye on Cubs’ pitcher Travis Wood. As Halloween nears and the highly anticipated Chicago-Cleveland World Series commences, Wood may just be a sign to the superstitious that a championship drought is about to end. Show More Summary

How to decide if you're an Indians or Cubs fan for the World Series

If you like championship droughts, you've come to the right sport. But the droughts are both so miserable and long, it's hard to nail down your rooting interests. We can help. This might be the best World Series matchup you will ever see. Show More Summary

Penn State, Ole Miss recruiting headed in opposite directions

Welcome to The Crootletter (sign up to get this in your inbox every morning!), SB Nation's daily college football recruiting newsletter. Penn State’s huge upset as a 20-point underdog of Ohio State could have big recruiting implications. Show More Summary

Jonez on Jonez: We’re reaching our breaking point with the NFL

We put up with the NFL because the product outweighed the bullshit. But what happens when that’s not the case anymore? Welcome to the second installment of Jonez on Jonez. Biggest story this week in the NFL was the clusterfuck that went on with the Giants and their handling, or lack thereof, of Josh Brown. Show More Summary

James Franklin explains 5 important details about Penn State's upset of Ohio State

The biggest win of the head coach’s career has the Nittany Lions ranked for the first time in five years. In 24 hours, Penn State head coach James Franklin has managed an emotional shift in momentum that few coaches ever encounter. Five...Show More Summary

Kevin Ollie had to do his media interview with the mic scotch taped to his head

Rodney Purvis and Coach Ollie broke down what we can expect to see from @uconnmbb this season! — American MBB (@American_MBB) October 24, 2016 Think this is a relatively-boring interview with Kevin Ollie about UConn men’s basketball? Think again. Show More Summary

Jose Mourinho is a baby, Eric Bailly is injured and Ryan Giggs thinks Manchester United's players are unprofessional

It's all going very well at Old Trafford. Want Backheel Breakfast in your inbox? Sign up for the email version here. Manchester United has just one win in their last six Premier League games, and their 4-0 loss to Chelsea on Sunday was by far their worst performance of the season. Show More Summary

Warriors fans insist their superteam is great for the NBA

In our Warriors preview, we get into the existential question of whether Kevin Durant’s signing is good for business as a whole. The Warriors will be the dominant storyline in the NBA this season, so there isn’t much ground to cover in a team preview that hasn’t been covered elsewhere. Show More Summary

The Colts played up to Andrew Luck's level, for this week anyway

Luck has been great most of the season. The Colts finally joined him. NASHVILLE, Tenn. –- He strode to the podium wearing a soiled "Property of Colts" t-shirt and white game pants with green stains on Sunday at Nissan Stadium. He was first at the postgame mic, ahead of coach Chuck Pagano. Show More Summary

Harrison Barnes’ terrible preseason should scare Mavericks fans

It's just preseason, but Barnes looked like a far cry from the $94 million man the Mavericks hoped they were getting. The Mavericks signed Harrison Barnes to a four-year, $94 million maximum contract this summer, hoping he could grow into a franchise cornerstone. Show More Summary

How Collin Sexton went from unranked to a 5-star basketball recruit in one summer

The Georgia native turned himself into one of the most coveted recruits in the country through a singular belief in his ability. Collin Sexton was lying face down under the beating afternoon sun in suburban Atlanta when George Washington wondered if he had finally pushed his best player too far. Show More Summary

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