Sports Illustrated Predicts 2017 World Series Winners 3 Years AgoSports Illustrated appears to have correctly predicted the Astros winning the 2017 World Series.
Houston Astros Win World Series For First Time In Franchise HistoryThe Astros – whose first season was in 1962 – are World Series champions for the first time in franchise history.
Taco Bell Giving Out Free Tacos Today After World Series Stolen BaseThe restaurant chain is giving every American a chance to "steal" a taco as part of their annual promotion during the World Series.
Dodgers Force World Series Game 7 With 3-1 Win Against AstrosThe Los Angeles Dodgers have forced a decisive Game 7, winning Game 6 at home 3-1 against the Houston Astros on Tuesday night.
Astros Blast By Dodgers, One Game Away From Series WinWhen the winning run finally came sliding across home plate on Alex Bregman's single, more than five unforgettable hours after the first pitch, a frantic Carlos Correa sprinted toward his Houston Astros teammates in the middle of the diamond.
Bellinger, Dodgers Top Astros 6-2 To Tie World Series At 2 GamesCody Bellinger pulled into second base with his first World Series hit and said: "It's a miracle!"
Astros Start Fast, Top Dodgers 5-3 For 2-1 World Series LeadA perfect fit in their own place, the Houston Astros are halfway home.
Five Things You Missed: Kershaw Dominates, Many World Series Records SmashedThe Dodgers ace gave a historical pitching performance in Game 1, while Game 2 set some offensive records.
Astros Tie Series 1-1 With 7-6 Win Over DodgersGeorge Springer screamed with joy as he circled the bases after hitting a two-run homer in the 11th inning.
Kershaw, Dodgers Beat Astros 3-1 In Hot World Series OpenerClayton Kershaw pitched Los Angeles past the Houston Astros 3-1 Tuesday night in the World Series opener.
World Series Could Open To Record Heat In Los AngelesSouthern California is dealing with record-breaking heat and dangerous fire conditions.
Infamous Cubs Fan Steve Bartman Gets World Series RingThe ring contains 108 diamonds; one for each of the 108 years Chicago went without a World Series title.