ESPN Insider Dave Tuley offers a betting preview on the 2013 World Series between the Boston Red Sox and St. Louis Cardinals
The San Francisco Giants' sweep of the Detroit Tigers set a record low for the World Series' television ratings.
The Giants' shutout of the Detroit Tigers drew a record-low television rating for Game 2 of the World Series.
Game 5 of the World Series matched the television rating from last year.
The World Series beat the NFL on Sunday night this time.
With small markets and bad weather, baseball's league championship series drew far fewer television viewers than last year.
Tony La Russa aired his complaints about the strike zone on the mound to the umpire and on television to a national audience. It worked, because the Cardinals resonded and even their series with the Phillies.
A World Series to remember for the St. Louis Cardinals was one to forget when it came to television ratings.
Favored by few, the Cardinals used an unlikely cast of characters to win their first World Series in nearly a quarter century.
Game 4 set yet another record low for the World Series in the television ratings.
Television ratings for the World Series hit a record low for the opener, then rebounded for Sunday's Game 2.
When listing the best big-game pitchers of all time, it's best to look just a tad beyond the last two weeks.
Game 1 got the highest TV rating for the first game of the World Series since 1999.
St. Louis Cardinals reliever Steve Kline was exasperated -- to put it mildly -- over the team's decision to leave him off the World Series roster.