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  1. Mauch managed four teams to 1,901 wins

    Gene Mauch, who managed the Angels, Expos, Phillies and Twins and is 11th on the all-time wins list, died of cancer at the age of 79 on Monday.

    SpecialFeature | Conversation | August 08, 2005
  2. Bamberger tutored multitude of 20-game winners

    George Bamberger, who pitched in the big leagues without winning a game and managed in the majors with mixed results, but turned out to be perhaps the greatest of pitching coaches, died. He was 80.

    SpecialFeature | Conversation | April 06, 2004
  3. Projected standings for 2003

    Tom Tippett

    Diamond Mind's computer predicts the standings for the 2003 season.

    SpecialFeature | Conversation | March 30, 2003
  4. Broadcaster recipient of Ford C. Frick Award

    Finally, Bob Uecker will be in the front row for something -- the Hall of Fame ceremony.

    Story | Conversation | March 13, 2003
  5. Heat may have played role in Porter's death

    Police said major-league catcher Darrell Porter may have been trying to free his stuck car when he died Aug. 5 in a park near Kansas City.

    SpecialFeature | Conversation | August 06, 2002
  6. Ozzie Smith's career highlights

    YRS 19 G 2573 AB 9396 R 1257 H 2460 2B 402 3B 69 HR 28 RBI 793 BB 1072 SO 589 SB 580 OBP .339 SLG .328 AVG .262 Click here for Ozzie Smith's season-by-season stats. Drafted out of California Polytechnic University in t...

    SpecialFeature | Conversation | July 25, 2002
  7. ESPN Classic's MLB Hall of Fame Celebration

    ESPN Classic will air the 2002 MLB Hall of Fame Induction Ceremonies live on Sunday at 1:30 p.m. ET. Before and after the ceremonies, Classic pays tribute to 2002 inductee Ozzie Smith as part of an eight-hour Hall of Fame celebration.

    SpecialFeature | Conversation | July 22, 2002
  8. Fingers becomes first pitcher to save 300 games

    Larry Schwartz

    Rollie Fingers becomes the first pitcher to get 300 saves as he preserves Milwaukee's 3-2 victory over Seattle.

    SpecialFeature | Conversation | August 17, 2001
  9. Aaron belts final homer, No. 755 of his career

    Larry Schwartz

    Hank Aaron hits his final homer (No. 755) against California's Dick Drago in Milwaukee.

    SpecialFeature | Conversation | July 18, 2001
  10. Five Series flops

    Bob Carter

    Gil Hodges, Brooklyn Dodgers, 1952: The first baseman went hitless in 21 at-bats, striking out six times in the Dodgers' seven-game loss to the Yankees. He had one RBI and scored one run. That season, he was third in the league in homers (32) and fou...

    SpecialFeature | Conversation | October 17, 2000
  11. Wisecracking Stengel made baseball fun

    Nick Acocella

    Casey Stengel won seven World Series and 10 pennants in 12 years as Yankees manager.

    SpecialFeature | Conversation | September 24, 2000
  12. July Moments

    July 1 NFL 1974: 1974: With negotiations having broken off over what NFL players term "freedom issues," they go on strike. The players are seeking a bigger voice in trades and switching to other teams when their contracts expire. The owners said th...

    SpecialFeature | Conversation | September 05, 2000
  13. 2011 World Series: Sanity finally returns to the MLB postseason

    Gene Wojciechowski

    After a high-scoring LCS round, the postseason finally returned to normalcy in Game 1, a low-scoring affair in which the little things made the difference for the Cardinals.

    Story | Conversation | October 19, 2011