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The World Series

If October doesn’t make you think of championship Major League baseball, check out this short article which illustrates why baseball grew in popularity after the very first World Series game in 1903
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If October doesn’t make you think of championship Major League baseball, check out this short article which illustrates why baseball grew in popularity after the very first World Series game in 1903. Complete with a mini interactive activity which describes the importance of Hall of Fame pitcher Cy Young, this resource exemplifies how, on that day in 1903, the Boston Pilgrims' defeat over the Pittsburgh Pirates changed the way baseball was viewed, and left a lasting legacy to millions of future baseball fans across the United States.

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