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A New Hall of Fame Ballot Is a Chance to Remember

The Baseball Hall of Fame unveiled the new writers’ ballot on Monday, and complicated only begins to describe it. This…

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No Surprises as Arozarena and India Win Rookie of the Year Awards

They came into this season with wildly different levels of major league experience, but outfielder Randy Arozarena of the Tampa…

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With Its Battle-Tested Core Struggling, the Astros are on the Brink

ATLANTA — The most productive offense in baseball during the 2021 regular season has gone dormant in the World Series.…

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For the Astros, a Struggling Core Is Complicating Things

ATLANTA — Alex Bregman has played in the World Series in three of the last five years and knows what…

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Pitching and Managing Evolve, and a No-Hit Bid Ends Early

ATLANTA — The 1956 World Series was the first of Brian Snitker’s lifetime. Don Larsen threw a perfect game for…

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A Recipe for d’Arnaud’s Perfect Day: Doughnuts and a Dinger

ATLANTA — If hitting a home run in the World Series is the stuff kids dream of growing up, then…

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Atlanta Flirts With a No-Hitter and Takes Series Lead

ATLANTA — By the time the third inning ended on Friday night, after seven batters and 33 pitches and one…

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Batting Ninth for One More Weekend: the Pitcher

ATLANTA — You could just about hear Tom Glavine’s familiar grimace through the telephone. After generations of arguing and bickering…

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What to Know Ahead of Game 1 of the World Series

The 117th World Series pits the Houston Astros of the American League against the Atlanta Braves of the National League.…

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How Atlanta, in a Season of Obstacles, Made the World Series

ATLANTA — An October tradition that arrives without fail with every World Series is discussion of resilience and perseverance and…

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