The Dodgers clearly remember how Rob Manfred defended the Astros players' lack of punishment.
After topping the Tampa Bay Rays in six games in the 2020 World Series, Dodgers fans are celebrating for the first time since Orel Hershiser, Kirk Gibson and Tommy Lasorda brought home the Commissioner's Trophy in 1988.
The Dodgers star who was removed from World Series Game 6 because of a positive COVID-19 test returned to the field over the objections of league personnel.
Justin Turner was selfish in wanting to celebrate after testing positive for COVID-19, but it's a symptom of a much larger problem in America.
The Rays' players are not one and the same with the franchise's modern Moneyball reputation. And it's never been more clear than in their World Series run.
Despite warnings from local health officials about a spike in COVID-19 cases, Dodgers fans took to the streets in Los Angeles to celebrate their first title in 32 years.
The sports world, including legends like Vin Scully, LeBron James and Magic Johnson, react to the Dodgers World Series win.
BreakingT has some pretty incredible shirts that you’ll want to have on hand when in-person celebrations eventually occur.
You could make a convincing argument that no team in the entire history of baseball has had a tougher route to a World Series title than the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Sean MacDonald has been to every North American sports stadium. And he wasn't going to miss seeing World Series host Globe Life Field in its first season if he could help it.
The Dodgers are in a position they haven't been in since 1988 — maybe that's all needed all along.
What the World Series needs now? More unscripted aggression like Manuel Margot's attempted steal of home.