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The Top 5 Worst Collapses in MLB History
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The 5 Biggest September Collapses in Baseball History

On July 18 the New York Yankees held a comfortable lead in the A.L. East and seemed destined for a deep playoff run. Since then, the Bombers have somehow managed to blow a 10-game advantage over the Orioles, leading to a scramble for first place and an extremely rattled New York fan base. Still, this is hardly the first time that a team with a comfortable lead has suffered a late-season collapse.

Let's take a look at some of the worst September meltdowns in baseball history:

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Jamie Squire/Jim McIsaac/Stephen Dunn, Getty Images

Top 5 Announcer Home Run Calls That Will Go Down in History [VIDEOS]

For baseball fans, witnessing a home run at a critical moment is only part of the fun. It’s up to each team’s announcers to lend a sense of scope and excitement to the moment.

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Jonathan Daniel, Getty Images

Weekly MLB Report: Chicago White Sox Stretch Win Streak to Six Games

A major trade between high-profile franchises highlighted the past week in baseball, as several teams hope to make a final push to the post-season. Here’s what’s happening in Major League Baseball:

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Rob Carr, Getty Images

Japan Routs Tennessee, 12-2, to Win 2012 Little League World Series

Noriatsu Osaka had three home runs and a triple, as the team from Tokyo, Japan beat Goodlettsville, Tennessee, 12-2, on Sunday in the championship game of the 2012 Little League World Series in South Williamsport, PA.

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Dilip Vishwanat, Getty Images

Weekly MLB Report: Pirates Beat Cardinals in 19-Inning Game To Retain NL Wild Card Spot

The 2012 Major League Baseball season is down to its final 40 games. Here’s what’s happening in Major League Baseball:

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Leon Halip, Getty Images

Weekly MLB Report: Miguel Cabrera’s Walk-Off Homer Gives Detroit Tigers Fourth Straight Win

No major league team is hotter than the Detroit Tigers, who capped the weekend with a come-from-behind victory. Here’s what’s happening in Major League Baseball:

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1982 St. Louis Cardinals Reuniting This Weekend at Busch Stadium

Many people may not soon forget the amazing run the St. Louis Cardinals had in 2011 on their way to the World Series, but the storied Cardinals team history runs deeper than just one season.  A magical season also occurred in 1982, where the Cardinals went 92-70 and won the National League East.  If you remember, those were the days of just two divisions in each league.  The Cardinals then went on to sweep the Atlanta Braves before they won in an epic seven game series versus the Milwaukee Brewers.

30 years later, the Brewers and Cardinals will play again as National League Central foes, and it is a fitting time to reflect on that 1982 season.  The Cardinals have announced that more than 20 1982 Cardinals players will come to the three-game series at Busch Stadium to be honored this weekend (August 3-5).

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Donald Miralle, Rich Schultz, Hannah Foslien / Getty Images

Weekly MLB Report: Who Will Be Dealt By The Trade Deadline?

Major league teams have until 4 p.m. on Tuesday to make a non-waiver trade to help their team. Meanwhile, the Cincinnati Reds and Los Angeles Dodgers continued winning streaks on Sunday. Here’s what’s happening in Major League Baseball:

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AM 1050 KSIS has your chance to win St. Louis Cardinals Tickets!  We've got tickets to give away for games in August, September and October, and all you have to do to win them is send us a photo of you in your Cardinals gear!

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Sedalia Bombers

Sedalia Bombers Finish Their 2012 Season

The Sedalia Bombers had a whirlwind season, as several times they were in 2nd, 3rd, or 4th place in the MINK League South.  At times it looked like they could have called it quits, but they charged back with a homestand at the end of the season that lasted over a week, and were able to win the MINK League South by a half a game over the Ozark Generals. 

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