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The deception continues for Melky Cabrera
With his new World Series ring, Melky Cabrera appears to have everything, except the ability to tell the truth.
Melky Cabrera receives ring out of public eye
Melky Cabrera, the four-month sensation turned disgraced outfielder, received his Giants World Series ring from Bruce Bochy in a tunnel between the two clubhouses in Toronto.
What if Melky Cabrera hadn't gotten suspended?
What if Melky Cabrera hadn't gotten suspended last season? Would the Giants have won the World Series ? Andrew Baggarly explores.
Haren winds up in better place after Cubs deal fell apart
Six months ago, the Cubs nearly traded Carlos Marmol for Dan Haren, but the deal fell through and Haren is now on a team with World Series aspirations in the Washington Nationals.
Alomar: Wish we'd brought the Series here
With Roberto Alomar at second base, the Baltimore Orioles came close to the World Series in 1996 and 1997. Alomar regrets he didn't get to play in one.
A's extras: The 1973 Champs leave an impression
40 years later, the enthusiasm of 1973 World Series Champion A's team is still being felt by the fans and the current A's players.
Theo waiting for Wrigley deal, business plan, payrolls to come together
Even though Tom Ricketts sort of guaranteed a World Series during Monday's press conference regarding the new Wrigley deal, Theo Epstein knows it won't be that simple.
World Series or bust: Cubs need business, baseball sides clicking
Tom Ricketts talked Monday about the Cubs' framework deal with the City of Chicago for a $500 million renovation project for Wrigley Field. But his proclamation about the effect of the plan on the team was more interesting.
Giants notes: Intriguing matchup of managers
Bruce Bochy is fresh off his second World Series championship, while Rockies manager Walt Weiss is fresh out of high school.
Cain: 'We'll try to remember this as a good day'
The excitement of receiving their World Series rings was quickly extinguished by the Cardinals, who roughed up Matt Cain and the bullpen.