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MLB Team News

  1. Game 7 slugging and a little bit of swagger gave the Dodgers the lead they needed to finally get past the Brewers and return to the Fall Classic.
  2. The Dodgers' Cody Bellinger (23 years, 99 days) is the youngest position player to win a postseason MVP award.
  3. Oddsmakers at the Westgate Las Vegas Superbook set the Red Sox as minus-135 favorites in early betting, with the Dodgers made plus-115 to win the World Series.
  4. A night after his grandmother died, Julio Urias got one of the biggest outs of Saturday night's ALCS Game 7, helping the Dodgers advance to the World Series.
  5. Chris Sale -- maybe trying to get a belly full of laughs -- blamed an infection from some belly-button bling for his recent hospital stay.
  6. Mulling Boston's best possible lineup when the World Series moves to an NL ballpark next week, manager Alex Cora said there's "always a chance" that Mookie Betts shifts to second base, allowing regular DH J.D. Martinez to play right field.
  7. Victor Victor Mesa and Victor Mesa Jr., brothers who played for Cuban national teams, are close to deals with the Marlins totaling nearly $5M in bonuses, according to reports.
  8. Milwaukee took the series as far as it could get on smart tactics, but it couldn't dim L.A.'s star power in the NLCS.
  9. David Price overcame his postseason struggles with six shutout innings as Boston won the ALCS by eliminating the defending champs.
  10. The defending champs were a dominant team that got smoked by Boston in the ALCS. But they didn't actually get outhit or outpitched.
  11. A potential two-run home run by the Astros' Jose Altuve was ruled an out by umpires, who said a fan interfered with Mookie Betts' catch attempt.
  12. From Andrew Benintendi's game-saving catch to another big homer by Jackie Bradley Jr., there were plenty of heroes in Boston's Game 4 thriller.
  13. Babe Ruth's hex on the Red Sox died in 2004. But, as Jane Leavy learned while researching Ruth, the hunt for the piano he hurled into a pond lived on.
  14. If you could pick any coach across the four major North American sports, whom would you pick? We asked a group of multisport experts to rank them.
  15. Gibson and other participants share their memories of what led up to his dramatic walk-off blast 30 years ago.
  16. As Hispanic Heritage Months draws to a close, Minor League Baseball celebrated diversity this summer by rebranding selected team names in the Fun Cup.