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August 17, 1996
It took three victories in one day but Moorpark's Little League team is headed for the Little League World Series. Moorpark beat Pearl City, Hawaii, 2-1, Friday night to win the Little League Western Regional baseball championship at San Bernardino. On Thursday, Moorpark's semifinal game against Issaquah, Wash., was suspended after 13 innings because of a curfew.
November 10, 2001
Combine the best 20 Super Bowls and you still wouldn't come close to the great moments in Games 4, 5 and 7 of this World Series! Steve Bentley Tustin Congratulations to Jerry Colangelo on his purchase of the World Series. This jerk has made a mockery of baseball for real fans. Will he further degrade baseball by pulling a fire sale, now that he has the toy he wanted? Skip Houston Laguna Beach Every little boy dreams of coming to bat in the ninth inning with the bases loaded in the seventh game of the World Series.
October 23, 2012 | By Bill Shaikin
SAN FRANCISCO - This is a one-man World Series. The most valuable players in waiting, Miguel Cabrera and Buster Posey, are here. So is Prince Fielder, the only one of baseball's $200-million men still in uniform this season. So is Matt Cain, who pitched a perfect game this season, and Tim Lincecum, a two-time Cy Young winner trying to reclaim his fastball in middle relief. Yet this World Series belongs to Justin Verlander. The series opens Wednesday, with the most dominant pitcher in baseball starting for the Detroit Tigers.
October 20, 1995
Saturday * Cleveland (Hershiser 16-6) at Atlanta (Maddux 19-2) 4:20 p.m. Sunday * Cleveland at Atlanta, 4:20 p.m. Tuesday * Atlanta at Cleveland, 5:20 p.m. Wednesday * Atlanta at Cleveland, 5:20 p.m. Oct. 26* * Atlanta at Cleveland, 5:20 p.m. Oct. 28* * Cleveland at Atlanta, 4:20 p.m. Oct. 29* * Cleveland at Atlanta, 4:20 p.m. * if necessary
October 22, 1990 | STEVEN HERBERT
Like the world champion Cincinnati Reds sweeping the heavily favored Oakland Athletics, CBS' World Series telecasts did the same to the competition in the prime time ratings race. On both Friday and Saturday evenings, CBS was the most watched network, according to overnight ratings from 24 metered major markets released Sunday. The network had also won Tuesday and Wednesday nights. Saturday's fourth game drew a 22.
November 1, 2012 | By Maria L. La Ganga, Los Angeles Times
SAN FRANCISCO - Hundreds of thousands of happy baseball fans jammed downtown San Francisco on Wednesday to celebrate the Giants' second World Series championship in the last three years - a vibrant street party sprinkled with Halloween-garbed revelers. Die-hards showed up before the sun, cadging spots along Market Street not long after work crews had finished festooning the parade route with black, orange and white balloons. A grim reaper with a pumpkin head, sporting the team's trademark colors, got in line for an early morning hot dog. Legions of fans looked more or less like pandas, a homage to third baseman Pablo Sandoval, who hit three home runs in Game One against the dazed Detroit Tigers.
October 26, 2012
SAN FRANCISCO - Miguel Cabrera shuffled slowly back to the visiting dugout, holding his bat in one hand and his helmet in the other. He might be the best hitter in the major leagues, and he could have tied the game with one mighty swing. If, that is, someone had gotten on base in the ninth inning. No one did, and the team with thunder in its lineup is halfway to defeat in this World Series. The Detroit Tigers were expected to pummel the San Francisco Giants, not only because of the big bats of Cabrera and Prince Fielder but because the Giants could not use their best starting pitchers until Game 3. Well, look who is giant now. The Giants swiped the first two games of the series, with Ryan Vogelsong and Matt Cain set for the next two games.
October 25, 1999 | BILL PLASCHKE
While the Atlanta Braves are knocking on history's door, Dale Murphy is occasionally knocking on stranger's doors. While his former teammates say they are on a mission, one of the best players in club history is literally on a mission. Don't look for Murphy to show up at any of the Series games in Atlanta. No first balls, no plaque dedications, nothing. He has never even been to Turner Field.
October 22, 2013 | By A.J. Ellis, Special for The Times
Dodgers catcher A.J. Ellis will be offering his analysis throughout the World Series. Ellis, 32, recently completed his second full season as a starter for the Dodgers by batting .333 in a National League division series against the Atlanta Braves and .316 in the NL Championship Series against the St. Louis Cardinals. Ellis is familiar with the Boston Red Sox, a team the Dodgers faced during the regular season. For most competitive people, the best part of winning is not losing.
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