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MLB News - 10/21/14
- MLB.TV streaming World Series for first time
The first World Series live stream in the U.S. is underway with an MLB.TV subscription, representing a milestone in Major League Baseball broadcast delivery and allowing fans to watch this one even on the go.
- Scioscia named AL Manager of Year by Sporting News
Angels skipper Mike Scioscia was named American League Manager of the Year on Tuesday by Sporting News, which also named Matt Williams of the Nationals in the National League based on a panel of 22 fellow managers.
- Yearwood sings anthem; Staff Sgt. throws first pitch
Trisha Yearwood has performed the national anthem at several World Series, but no matter how many of these she's asked to do, it never gets old.
- Retired Marine sits in Buck O'Neil's seat for Game 1
For Game 1 of the World Series, as Major League Baseball honored veterans and military families, Tony Clark of Augusta, Kan., was in the Buck O'Neil Legacy Seat at Kauffman Stadium.
- MLB shines light on worthy causes at Fall Classic
The World Series is Major League Baseball's bully pulpit, and the league intends to use it. So with a worldwide stage available, baseball will again shine a light on a series of causes.
- Yanks' Austin starts late rally in Fall League win
For six innings Tuesday, Glendale right-handers Francellis Montas and Parker Bridwell silenced Scottsdale's offense. Despite some wildness that led to two runs, the pair held the Scorpions hitless, allowing the Desert Dogs to open a four-run lead.
- Giants willing to lose DH to sub for Morse
Giants manager Bruce Bochy indicated before Tuesday's World Series opener that he would prefer to stick with his usual substitution strategy involving Michael Morse, Juan Perez and Travis Ishikawa instead of tailoring his moves to American League rules for Games 1 and 2 of the World Series.