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It Finally Happened

No, not the zombie apocalypse.The Cubs didn't win the World Series. I didn't learn how to use an iPod. No, the true long awaited event is this: the bill basket is empty.It went down like this:I deposited a check into my household account. Show More Summary

You have a day left to buy this guy's dirty, lucky World Series underwear

Mail it back through time to your hour of greatest need. Do you have an extra $500? Are you down on your luck? Worried about the big game or your presentation at work? Well, chillymaggotchilly has your back. From the delightful online...Show More Summary

6 Bargain Free Agents the San Francisco Giants Should Keep on Their Radar

The Giants moved to San Francisco in 1958, and it took until 2010 for this franchise to win its first World Series title. Amazingly, the Giants have now won three world championships in the past five years. Behind the work of general...Show More Summary

Giants believe they're still in mix for Pablo Sandoval

The two-time World Series champion third baseman could make a decision within the next week. The San Francisco Giants still have a good chance of re-signing free-agent third baseman Pablo Sandoval, assistant general manager Bobby Evans told...Show More Summary

SB Nation MLB Pitching Performance of the Year nominees

A World Series legend vs. a regular-season no-hitter for the ages. We can't pick just one, but you can. Tell us the best pitching performance of 2014. We have five nominees for best pitching performance of the year. We could have stopped...Show More Summary

The World Series Champions Are Likely Losing One Of Their Most Popular Players

San Francisco Giants third baseman Pablo Sandoval became one of the team's most popular players during his time with the team. It was only reinforced during the Giants' postseason run and World Series victory, with Sandoval hitting.366 with a.423 OBP and 5 RBIs. Show More Summary

Would Giants Be Wiser to Risk $100M Deal on Yasmany Tomas or Pablo Sandoval?

Let's play a game of "Spend the San Francisco Giants' Money!" Today's contestants: Cuban slugger Yasmany Tomas and third baseman Pablo Sandoval. They're free agents that have been linked to the 2014 World Series champs, but the $100Show More Summary

Red Sox Blockbuster Reunions with Jon Lester, Hanley Ramirez a Real Possibility

In their attempt to return to glory, the Boston Red Sox are flirting with the past. A little more than a year removed from their last World Series title, the Red Sox are again trying to fill huge gaps in their roster. The team is inShow More Summary

Meet Raquel Battle: Helping the Elderly Maintain Their Dignity 

GOOD has partnered with Walden University for the “Change Your Worldseries to showcase how higher education can positively impact the future of their students, families and communities.   In honor of her late father, Raquel BattleShow More Summary

4 Banking Trends to Expect in the Next Decade

Getty Images By Casey Bond Considering the staggering changes in banking we've experienced over the last decade, it's safe to say predicting what will happen next is like trying to guess who is going to win the World Series. We can make...Show More Summary

Letter From The Editor: KC’s Food Safety Mess in Pro Sports

It wasn’t just the bats of the Kansas City Royals that expired by Game 7 of the World Series at Kauffman Stadium in KC. So too had much of the food, some of which was served at unsafe temperatures and in the presence of cockroaches and mouse feces. Who says so? Jon Costa, the food... Continue Reading

Baseball Sensation Mo’ne Davis Lands Book Deal for Memoir

Although she’s still just a teenager, Mo’ne Davis, this year’s “it” girl in the sports world—the first female pitcher to win a Little League World Series game—has landed a book deal for a memoir about her yet brief, but amazing, life, the Associated Press reports.

Clayton Kershaw adds first MVP to three Cy Youngs

Clayton Kershaw didn't win a World Series ring this year, but landed the ultimate consolation prize Thursday.

LA MVPs Celebrate and Dream for World Series

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Clayton Kershaw and Mike Trout were celebrating Major League Baseball's highest individual honors on Thursday, in a twin triumph that made Los Angeles the home of the game's two most valuable players.

WSOF 15 conference call highlights: Melvin Guillard, company vice president collide

You mad? The World Series of Fighting (WSOF) 15 main event this Saturday (Nov. 15, 2014) will feature David Branch defending his Middleweight title against former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) star Yushin "Thunder" Okami. However,...Show More Summary

Alvin Dark dies at 92; All-Star shortstop, Oaklahd A's manager

Alvin Dark, an All-Star shortstop with the New York Giants in the 1950s who went on to manage the Oakland A's to the World Series championship in 1974, died Thursday at his home in Easley, S.C. He was 92.

Dodgers' Clayton Kershaw wins MVP to complete a rare double

Clayton Kershaw still doesn’t have a World Series ring, but he received the ultimate consolation prize Thursday.

WSOF 15 preview and predictions for 'Branch vs. Okami' on Nov. 15 in Tampa

World Series of Fighting (WSOF) returns to action this Saturday night (Nov. 15, 2014) at the USF Sun Dome in Tampa, Florida. Three titles will be up for grabs in the Sunshine State as David Branch defends the middleweight belt against...Show More Summary

Justin Gaethje vs. Melvin Guillard: Previewing This Weekend’s Most Barnburningest, Slugfestiest Matchup of Them All

(Photo via World Series of Fighting.) Forget Ortiz vs. Bonnar. Forget Werdum vs. Hunt (lol jk). Justin Gaethje vs. Melvin Guillard is going down at WSOF 15 this weekend with the lightweight championship on the line and promises to be the most knock-down, drag-out, didyouseethatbro barnburner of them all. Show More Summary

Jose Canseco goes on epic Twitter rant about comets

Two-time World Series champion Jose Canseco, currently recovering from an incident last month where he accidentally shot off his finger, went on a Twitter rant Thursday, sharing his thoughts about a rather unorthodox subject for the former major leaguer -- comets.

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