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The Cubs Show Lester More Than the Money

Sports PhotoSix years, $155 million, and the Cubs land what some think is the key to their century-plus overdue return to the Promised Land. Complete Story

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A Sad Stop Just Shy of Cooperstown

Sports PhotoAmong the Hall of Fame ballot newcomers, SC’s Jeff Kallman says Carlos Delgado was stopped short by slivers because of his hip, but Gary Sheffield has bigger problems. Complete Story

Three For the Hall, First Ballot

Sports PhotoSC’s Jeff Kallman says three newcomers on the BBWAA Hall of Fame ballot should go in on their first ballot — Randy Johnson, Pedro Martinez, and John Smoltz. Complete Story

Gil Hodges Belongs in Cooperstown

Sports PhotoThe Golden Era Committee votes on ten 1947-72 Hall of Fame candidates next month. SC’s Jeff Kallman says there’s a bona fide case for the beloved Brooklyn first baseman and Miracle Mets manager. Complete Story

The World Series Win’s a Bum’s Rush

Sports PhotoMadison Bumgarner was the World Series for the champion San Francisco Giants, says SC’s Jeff Kallman after the Giants win their third championship in five years. Complete Story

The Shot Heard ‘Round the Bay

Sports PhotoIt only took 63 years to get Bobby Thomson a roommate in the exclusive penthouse he occupied in the franchise edifice. Bobby, call your office, says SC’s Jeff Kallman — there’s a Travis Ishikawa on the line for you. Complete Story

Giants Thrown Onto Threshold of World Series

Sports PhotoThese San Francisco Giants won’t say no to throwing errors (or anything else) setting up their National League Championship Series wins, says SC’s Jeff Kallman. Complete Story

Crowned Royals Ride Roach Coach to Series

Sports PhotoThe Kansas City Royals go to the World Series for the first time since the Reagan Administration after sweeping the Baltimore Orioles, says SC’s Jeff Kallman. Complete Story

Cardinals May Have Lost in Game 2 Win

Sports PhotoKolten Wong’s walkoff blast nailed a wild NLCS Game 2 for the St. Louis Cardinals, but heart-and-soul Yadier Molina’s oblique injury in the sixth may yet prove to cost them big, says SC’s Jeff Kallman. Complete Story

These Royals Can Hit Like, Well, Orioles, If Need Be

Sports PhotoThe American League Championship Series opened with the KC Royals proving they didn’t always have to stick to small (mini?) ball to win, says SC’s Jeff Kallman. Complete Story

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