10/24/2012 | Kevin Pollak: Homecoming for an old-school Giants fan
As a native son of San Francisco, I've seen my share of Giants games on their home field. I'm old enough, in fact, to have seen the great Willie McCovey power more than enough balls into the night over the right-field fence to suggest he get his own cove one day.
10/24/2012 | Game 4 start allows Scherzer to build strength
Max Scherzer spent most of the summer outpitching Justin Verlander atop the Tigers rotation. Scherzer is spending the postseason as a Game 4 starter, the only Tigers starter guaranteed only one start in a best-of-seven series.
10/24/2012 | Like the city they call home, Giants won't back down
The city of San Francisco, despite the exceedingly accurate picture postcards that display its amazing natural beauty and cultural landmarks, is no soft touch. It will put up a fight, and the Giants have worn that emblem with pride this postseason.
10/24/2012 | MLB set to salute military prior to Game 2
Major League Baseball will honor veterans and military families on Thursday prior to Game 2 of the World Series.
10/24/2012 | Jeff Daniels: True fandom on display in World Series
What makes baseball the "greatest game played on dirt?" Actor Jeff Daniels believes that it's the passion of the True Fans, which is out in full force in the World Series.
10/24/2012 | Tigers' World Series roster remains unchanged
Detroit's Fall Classic roster became official Wednesday, ahead of Game 1 against the Giants at AT&T Park (7:30 p.m. ET pregame/8:07 p.m. first pitch on FOX), and it's the same the Tigers have used throughout the playoffs.
10/24/2012 | Kemp set for longer rehab after shoulder surgery
Dodgers outfielder Matt Kemp is about to step up the rehab program on his surgically repaired shoulder that will be longer than he originally hoped. He won't be able to start swinging a bat until January.
10/24/2012 | MLB: No plans for Dodgers to open in Australia
Major League Baseball said Wednesday that it isn't currently in negotiations with the Los Angeles Dodgers or any team to open the 2014 season in Australia.
10/24/2012 | For Giants, Game 1 success starts at the top
Pablo Sandoval was the headline attraction, but it was the entire top third of the Giants' order that battered Justin Verlander and the Tigers around in an 8-3 Game 1 victory at AT&T Park.
10/24/2012 | Blanco contributes with glove in Game 1 win
Gregor Blanco grinned as he looked down at the grass stains on his jersey, remnants from his two nearly identical diving catches in Wednesday's 8-3 win to open the World Series.
10/24/2012 | Giants keep NLCS roster intact for World Series
The Giants announced their World Series roster Wednesday afternoon, making no changes to the 25 men who got them to the Fall Classic.
10/24/2012 | Girardi stands by choices concerning A-Rod
Yankees manager Joe Girardi said on Wednesday that he would not change anything about the way Alex Rodriguez was handled this month.
10/24/2012 | Mechanics addressed, MadBum ready to go
Madison Bumgarner takes the mound Thursday in World Series Game 2 against the Tigers as he tries to overcome two substandard postseason starts at AT&T Park.
10/24/2012 | Showalter named TSN AL Manager of the Year
The Orioles' turnaround and ascent to a playoff a team in 2012, piloted by Buck Showalter, resulted in the skipper being named The Sporting News American League Manager of the Year on Wednesday.
10/24/2012 | Royals hire Maloof, David as hitting coaches
The Royals broke new ground for their Major League club on Wednesday by naming Jack Maloof the new hitting coach and Andre David as their assistant hitting coach. Both were promoted from Minor League jobs.
10/24/2012 | Johnson named TSN NL Manager of the Year
Washington's Davey Johnson was named The Sporting News' National League Manager of the Year on Wednesday.
10/24/2012 | Marlins have many managerial options
As the Marlins look to reignite their winning culture, they will have no shortage of qualified candidates vying to replace Ozzie Guillen as manager.
10/24/2012 | Hall of Fame catcher Fisk charged with DUI
Carlton Fisk faces charges of driving under the influence after being found late Monday asleep in his truck in a cornfield outside Chicago, according to The Associated Press
10/24/2012 | Who ya got? Notable World Series predictions
Here are others' predictions for the World Series between the Tigers and Giants.
10/24/2012 | Leyland not committing to a closer for World Series
If Jose Valverde's going to play a big role in the World Series, now is the time. Jim Leyland, however, is hinting toward a closer by committee.
10/24/2012 | Panda learns from '10, now a key factor in playoffs
Two years ago, as the Giants were capturing the franchise's first World Series since moving to San Francisco, an out-of-shape Pablo Sandoval watched from the dugout, relegated to a diminished role because of a lack of production.
10/23/2012 | Valentine talks Sox, says he'd like to manage again
In his first sit-down interview since he was dismissed at season's end, Bobby Valentine said his disappointing 2012 campaign with the Boston Red Sox left him feeling "pretty worn down," but he added he'd like to manage again if the right situation arises.
10/23/2012 | MLB Network to bring history to life with scrapbook
From generation to generation, the hands of time have created a scrapbook of magical moments in Major League Baseball's ultimate event, the World Series.
10/23/2012 | Entertaining Coke makes sure to focus on fun
Tigers reliever Phil Coke has always had an interesting personality. Now he has a national soapbox.
10/23/2012 | Scutaro sparks Giants' run to arrive at Fall Classic
Marco Scutaro, Most Valuable Player of the NLCS, is new to all this attention surrounding the actors on baseball's grand stage.
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