World Series

Reflecting on the Dodger’s wild 18-inning Game Three win

Regardless of whether one is a baseball fan or not, the third game of this year’s World Series between Chris Sale’s Boston Red Sox and Clayton Kershaw’s Los Angeles Dodgers wasn’t just a good baseball game. It was a great game. Period.

Miguel Campos | Contributing Reporter

World Series predictions: Red Sox vs. Dodgers

The Student Life sports staff leans Red Sox four, Dodgers three––will that be the outcome of the Fall Classic as well?

Sports Staff

Houston, we have liftoff: Astros win first World Series

Much like their diminutive second baseman, the Astros meteoric rise started small.

| Senior Sports Editor

Sports staff’s World Series predictions: Dodgers vs. Astros

A class of two hundred-win teams, one delivering on the promise of a rebuild, the other finally besting a postseason slump.

Sports Staff

On the World Series, anachronism and perfect 10s

When I was a little girl, I loved to hear my dad talk about baseball. He grew up watching the legends: Ernie Banks, Billie Williams, Ron Santo.

| Senior Forum Editor

Underdog is a compliment to someone from ‘Believeland’

Less than six months after winning its first sports title in over 50 years, the city commonly referred to as “The Mistake on the Lake” is stepping up to the plate for a chance at another championship and to prove itself a legitimate sports city.

Isaac Jacobson | Contributing Reporter

World Series predictions: Cleveland Indians vs. Chicago Cubs

hat do you get when you try to predict a playoff series between “the best team in baseball by a long-shot” Chicago Cubs and a banged-up Cleveland Indians roster that somehow sailed through the postseason with unlikely performances from its pitching staff?

Sports Staff

Confessions of a teenage Mets fan

I am still ready to party like it’s 2006, because the Mets are back in the playoffs for the first time since Beltran took that called third strike.

| Senior Sports Editor

World Series predictions: Mets vs. Royals

From the baseball god formerly known as the New York Mets’ Daniel Murphy to the clutch bats of the Kansas City Royals, both teams have a number of things working in their favor. Will the Royals find a way to inexplicably win as they have all season? Or will the Miracle Mets kick off a dynasty based on pitching in style? The Student Life sports staff foresees a close series with any advantage potentially becoming the deciding factor.

Sports Staff

29 ways for Royals fans to enjoy this World Series

We were so close to an I-70 showdown. With the Kansas City Royals making the World Series in their first playoff appearance in 1985, all the Cardinals had to do was win the National League pennant for the third time in four years to show the Show Me State to the sports world.

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