October 27, 1986 | Robert W. Creamer
It comes as something of a surprise to realize that teams from Boston and New York have met in the World Series only once before this year (assuming that Brooklyn, which lost to the Red Sox in 1916, is distinct from...
July 17, 1967 | Harold Peterson
During the 20th century's second decade, John J. McGraw's New York Giants won the pennant four times, finished last once and set a record that still stands for topsy-turvy ball
November 03, 2003 | George Dohrmann
3Straight wins for Tennessee at Alabama's Bryant-Denny Stadium, the longest winning streak for an opposing team on that 76-year-old field.
December 11, 2006 | Joshua Prager
High-tech spying is wrong, but baseball still has no rule against it
November 25, 1974 | Curry Kirkpatrick
Before the cost of ignorance jumps as high as the price of your morning eggs, there is this to know about sports memorabilia: