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1998-2001*, 2004* (5 Seasons)
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2003 (1 Season)
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1993, 1992, 1989
Daniel Jones' trip may not have been the worst we've seen
From the hardwood to the gridiron, SportsCenter relives some of the worst trips, slips and falls in professional sports.
World Series 2020: The Tampa Bay Rays are down only 2-1. Here's why it feels a whole lot worse
With their bats quiet and two tough Dodgers left-handers up next, the Rays' window to win this Fall Classic is closing quickly.
World Series Daily: Will Julio Urias, Dodgers push Rays to brink in Game 4?
Tampa Bay's lineup is scrambling for solutions going up against the L.A. southpaw. Here's what you need to know about Game 4
World Series 2020: Game 3 win proof Walker Buehler is baseball's reigning October ace
A 10-strikeout victory was the latest demonstration of why the Dodgers' young ace is who you want starting in must-win matchups.
World Series 2020: Dodgers' small-ball attack powers Los Angeles to 2-1 Series lead
L.A.'s relentless offense stole bases, bashed homers and scored on a squeeze to beat the Rays.
Tampa Bay Rays' Randy Arozarena sets record for most total bases in one postseason
Rays rookie Randy Arozarena's ninth-inning homer Friday night gave him 52 total bases, a new record for a single postseason.
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