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  • Pittsburgh, down 3-games-to-1, buries Baltimore in Series
  • AL scoring highest since '50
  • Three division races within 3 games
  • Yanks’ great comeback, Red Sox’ fold
  • Louisiana Lightning: Guidry goes 25-3, 1.74
  • Rose hits in 44 straight, passing 3,000
  • Yankees are World Series champs once more
  • "Mr. October”: Reggie homers 3 times in a Series game
  • George Foster: 52 HR; Rod Carew: .388
  • Big George: Steinbrenner leads Yankees to first pennant since ‘64
  • Big Red Machine: Cinci dominates NL, then Yankees in Series
  • Big Bird: Fidrych is rookie of year
  • Big Red Machine wins classic World Series
  • Rookies Lynn (.331-21-105), Rice (.309-22-102) rev up the Red Sox
  • Frank Robinson becomes first black manager
  • Dynasty: A’s win third straight World Series
  • History: Aaron tops Ruth for career HR
  • Thievery: Brock swipes record 118 SB
  • Oh, My: Sadaharu Oh wins Triple Crown, leads Giants to ninth straight title
  • Rising Sons: 17 ex-Major Leaguers, 18 Japanese Hall of Famers in this set
  • Twice as nice: Rated to play as two 6-team leagues or with 1972-74 Major League seasons
  • Dynasty Developing: With three 20-game winners, A’s repeat in 7-game Series over Mets
  • Star Power: MVPs Reggie Jackson, Pete Rose; Cy Youngs Jim Palmer, Tom Seaver
  • Epic performances: Stargell, Aaron, Bonds, thirteen 20-game winners in first year of DH
  • Unbeatable: A’s win second straight World Series
  • Unbelievable: Mets win second pennant in 5 years
  • Untouchable: Nolan Ryan K’s 383, wins 21 with 2 no-hitters
  • A’s win first of three straight World Series
  • Fallen star: Clemente collects 3,000th hit, then dies in plane crash
  • AL MVP Dick Allen: .308-37-113
  • Pirates win it all with Stargell (.295-48-125), Clemente (.341)
  • AL champ Orioles: Four 20-game winners
  • Rookie Vida Blue: 24-8, 1.82
  • Orioles win it all in midst of 3-year dynasty
  • The Big Red Machine gets cranking
  • Wonder years: Johnny Bench (.293-45-148), Billy Williams (.322-42-129)
  • Miracle Mets: Cubs, Braves, then mighty Orioles fall in turn to the former laughingstock
  • 4-Way Expansion: New teams in Kansas City, Montreal, San Diego, Seattle
  • The Greatest: Best seasons ever for Seaver, Rose, McCovey, Killebrew, Reggie Jackson, more
  • Yaz’ Triple Crown (.326-44-121) leads Boston to pennant
  • 4 AL teams battle to the final week, 3 to final day
  • Gibson wins 3 in Cardinals’ Series victory
  • Baltimore wins first pennant, sweeps World Series
  • Orioles trade for MVP, Triple Crown winner Robinson
  • Koufax’ final year: 27-9, 1.73, 317 Ks, third Cy Young award
  • Minnesota wins first pennant, but not World Series
  • Giants win fight, lose pennant battle with Dodgers
  • Why Koufax might be best ever: 26 wins, 2.04 ERA, 382 Ks
  • High-wire tension: The finest twin pennant races since 1908
  • Cards acquire Brock, outrun Philly, Cinci on final day of NL race
  • Rookie Oliva wins AL batting title … Dean Chance: 20 wins, 1.65 ERA
  • Bigger strike zone intros new pitching era
  • Koufax (25-5, 1.88, 306 Ks), Dodgers shut out Yanks in Series, too
  • Aaron still hits .319-44-130, Mays .314-38-103
  • Deja vu: Giants win pennant playoff vs. Dodgers
  • Yanks repeat as champs after dramatic Series Game 7
  • NL expands, new Mets lose 120
  • 5 Rings: Yomiuri Giants win Nippon Series again
  • Mr. Baseball: In Year of Pitcher, MVP Shigeo Nagashima hits .353 for Giants 
  • Winner, Winner: Rookie 35-game winner doesn’t lead league in wins
  • NY Cool: Maris tops Ruth, Yanks top team HR record. An all-time great team wins the Series
  • Red Hot: Frank Robinson leads Cincinnati to NL pennant over contending Dodgers, Giants
  • Sizzling Stars: 101-win Tigers, Mays, Aaron, Cepeda, Spahn, Killebrew, Gentile and more
  • Homer Heaven: Yanks’ power ascends to record heights, Maris tops Ruth
  • AL adds teams in LA, Washington, plays 162 games
  • Cinci wins first pennant since 1940
  • Amazing Maz: World Series won on walk-off HR for first time
  • Yanks win last 15 games to reach the World Series
  • MVP Maris teams with Mantle to lead majors in homers
  • Go-Go White Sox win first pennant since '19 "Black Sox”
  • After three-team NL drama, Dodgers beat Braves in playoff
  • The first California World Series
  • Avengers: Yanks overcome 3-to-1 deficit to top Braves in rematch of ’57 World Series
  • Adventurers: Giants, Dodgers debut in California
  • All-Stars: Banks, Mantle, Aaron, Mays, Williams, Berra and other superstars at their best
  • Braves win first World Series
  • Aaron (.322-44-132) leads parade of NL black stars
  • At 38, oldest batting champ Ted Williams hits .388, slugs .731
  • Mickey Mantle’s Triple Crown: .353-52-130
  • Don Larsen’s Perfect Game in the World Series
  • Frank Robinson ties rookie HR mark (38); his Reds tie HR mark (221)
  • Bums no more: Brooklyn wins only World Series
  • Yankees return to power in three-way AL race
  • Mays: 51 HR … Young Aaron (.314-27-106), Banks (44 HR) blossom
  • Embarrasing! Indians win AL-record 111, then get swept in Series
  • Brilliant! Willie Mays’ triumphant return
  • Ironic! Yanks win 103 (most in decade), still miss post-season
  • Ole Perfessor’s Ph.D: Stengel’s 99-win Yankees beat the 105-win Dodgers in the Series
  • Brilliant Bums: Long-time favorite from Basic old-timer set now in Super Advanced form
  • Mega Moments: Six 40-HR men; Al Rosen’s near Triple Crown; Mantle’s 565-foot HR
  • Yankees win fourth straight World Series
  • Tribe’s three 20-game winners nearly overtake the Yankees
  • Sizzling Rivalry: More Dodgers-Giants pennant drama
  • Bobby Thomson’s “Shot Heard ‘Round the World” wins pennant playoff
  • Giants trailed Brooklyn by 13 ½ before winning 16 straight
  • Rookies Willie Mays and Mickey Mantle
  • "Whiz Kids” Phils win pennant on final day
  • 1,000-run Red Sox challenge the Yankees
  • MVP Rizzuto (.324-7-66) makes Yanks world champs again
  • Yanks, Dodgers win pennants on final day
  • Casey Stengel wins World Series in first year managing Yankees
  • MVP Jackie Robinson’s finest season
  • After MLB Integration: A Negro League with Mays, Minoso, Gilliam, Howard
  • Strong pennant races: Five of 12 teams can win in two divisions
  • Blackball Stars: 6 Hall of Famers and 12 others from SOM’s Negro League Stars set
  • Indians win first AL playoff, World Series
  • Last pennant for the Boston Braves
  • Musial is monstrous: .376-39-131, 46 doubles, 18 triples
  • Jackie Robinson breaks baseball’s color barrier
  • Ted Williams wins his second Triple Crown: .343-32-114
  • Giants set home run record
  • Speed kills: Slaughter’s Game 7 dash decides the World Series
  • Cardinals dispatch Dodgers in first NL playoff
  • The stars return from World War II
  • Final Stages: A dozen future Major Leaguers as integration, last of Negro Leagues nears
  • Black Ball stars: 10 Hall of Famers, 22 more from SOM’s Negro League Stars set
  • Twice as nice: Rated for a 154-game season or integration with Majors
  • Two sizzling pennant races in last World War II season
  • Little did we know: ’45 still is the latest Cubs’ pennant
  • Greenberg returns from war, hits pennant-winning slam
  • Origins: The early pro baseball lives of Campanella, Doby, Newcombe
  • Homestead Grays win it all, topping Birmingham Barons in Series
  • Blackball Stars: 11 Hall of Famers and 19 others from SOM’s Negro League Stars set
  • Once in a lifetime: Browns win the AL pennant
  • Cardinals win the only all-St. Louis World Series
  • Newhouser wins 29, Trout 27 for Tigers in amazing AL race
  • Musial, Cardinals humiliate war-torn NL foes
  • Yankees win it all without DiMaggio
  • Doh! Boys: Rosters ravaged by absent World War II recruits
  • Ted Williams’ first Triple Crown: .356-36-137
  • Rookie Stan Musial helps Cardinals win Series
  • Yankees win AL battle as stars begin heading to war
  • Beginnings: Future MLB stars Campanella, Doby and Irvin got their starts here
  • Top-shelf competition: Josh Gibson, Buck Leonard, Satchel Paige and Willie Wells
  • Twice as nice: Rated to play as a 10-team league or with 1939-43 Major League seasons
  • Joe D.’s unbeatable hitting streak
  • Ted Williams last to hit .400
  • A passed ball changes the World Series
  • Reds win franchise’s first World Series since 1919
  • Tigers only team to disrupt Yankees’ pennant streak (1936-43)
  • Feller: Opening Day no-hitter and pitching Triple Crown
  • Four of a kind: It’s totally Yankees for fourth straight year
  • Farewell, Lou Gehrig
  • Hello, Ted Williams: .327-31-145
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