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ARLINGTON, Texas – No dogpile, no champagne and a mask on nearly every face — the Los Angeles Dodgers celebrated their first World Series title since 1988 in a manner no one could have imagined prior to the coronavirus pandemic.
The bushy beard, the pine tar stain on the back of his No. 10 Los Angeles Dodgers jersey and all of those postseason hits.
Walker Buehler was dominant for Los Angeles. Just like Orel Hershiser during the Dodgers' last title run.
In the midst of a pandemic, one can’t be too picky.
In a doubleheader sweep of the Oakland A’s, where they were the visiting team in Game 1 and the home team in Game 2, the Mariners avoided a walk-off, extra-innings loss in the opening game with a 5-1 victory in eight innings. In the nightcap as the home team, but still wearing their road uniforms, the Mariners scored eight runs in the third inning and rolled to an easy 12-3 win in seven innings.
No need for an asterisk. Defying all skepticism that this was nothing more than a watered-down money grab with little chance of reaching the finish line (yep, I’m raising my hand), Major League Baseball has pulled off its two-month sprint of a regular season amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Nick Margevicius tossed six shutout innings, Ty France drove in a pair of runs and the Seattle Mariners kept their slim postseason hopes alive with a 3-2 win over the Houston Astros.
So which was more likely to happen in the penultimate game of the season series against the rival Houston Astros Tuesday night at T-Mobile Park – four good innings from the bullpen or eight or nine runs?
With this year's World Series being held in one ballpark, let's remember the last time it happened.
The San Francisco Giants released Pablo Sandoval, parting ways for a second time with the former fan favorite and 2012 World Series MVP.
The Pittsburgh Pirates are celebrating the legacy of Hall of Fame outfielder Roberto Clemente by wearing his iconic No. 21 against the Chicago White Sox.
Slumping catcher Gary Sánchez returned to the New York Yankees' lineup Tuesday night, hours after general manager Brian Cashman spoke to the struggling team in Buffalo, New York.
The Atlanta Braves’ season-long rotation woes continue as Max Fried has been placed on the 10-day injured list.
Jose Marmolejos hit a tiebreaking single in the eighth inning after twice leaving the bases loaded, and the Seattle Mariners beat the Texas Rangers 5-3 on Saturday night.
SEATTLE – Yusei Kikuchi struck out seven, J.P. Crawford hit a three-run home run and the Seattle Mariners beat the Texas Rangers 6-3 Friday night.
Athletics right-hander Daniel Mengden has tested positive for the coronavirus and is quarantined at home in Houston, where he received the result that forced Oakland and Major League Baseball to postpone four games this week.
The Pittsburgh Pirates will celebrate Roberto Clemente when the entire team dons his No. 21 on Sept. 9 against the Chicago White Sox.
Yankees closer Aroldis Chapman was suspended for three games a day after he threw a fastball near the head of pinch-hitter Michael Brosseau while closing out his first save of the season in a 5-3 victory over the Tampa Bay Rays.
Pittsburgh Pirates prospect Ke'Bryan Hayes is ready for his long-awaited major league debut.