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    The 1919 World series resulted in the most famous Scandal in Baseball history. Eight players from the Chicago White Sox were accused of throwing the series against the Reds and were banned from Major League Baseball. (“History files-Chicago Black Sox”) All eight players were expelled in an attempt to save the purity of the game. The White Sox lost the opening game of the series nine to one, and then ended up losing the series five games to three. (“Black Sox Scandal”) They had won the American league

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    World Series Scandal

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    Baseball-America’s pastime, worldwide sport. The best sport in America. However, in 1919 the industry of baseball was affected terribly. The 1919 World Series was one of the darkest events in sports history. Arnold Rothstein, a notorious gambler in New York, created one of the biggest scandals in sports at the time. He rigged the 1919 World Series. At this time, no one would even think of pulling off such a huge scandal, but he successfully pulled off the scandal without a trace. After a few years

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    1919 World Series

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    worry about crime and everyone did right naturally. I found this to be as untrue as I researched the greatest sports scandal of all time, The 1919 World series. Corruption, money, greed, power, and even organized crime were major factors in this landmark game of 1919. This proves that even America’s pastime had it’s lowest point. Heading into the Series of 1919, the White Sox were considered the best team of the 20th century. The Sox boasted a lineup that included three eventual Hall of Famers; Collins

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    Though being rife with scandal throughout the 160 year history of Major League Baseball, the 1919 World Series fixing scandal stands out as the most controversial. This World Series was not just controversial for the gambling that was involved, but how the team was managed, and how some players were unjustly punished for their role in the scandal. “Shoeless” Joe Jackson; a player that to this day has the third highest batting average, and has maintained his innocence up to his death in 1951. Jackson

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    The World Series is the annual championship series of North American based Major League Baseball. This is a series of seven games played every year at the end of the season between the single best team from both the National and American League. There are 30 overall teams in Major League Baseball; 14 in the American League and 16 in the National League. The two teams that go to the World Series are decided based on who does the best and wins the after season playoffs. The 1919 World Series was a

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    Hard to believe, but the Chicago Cubs have not won a World Series for more than 100 years. The last time they won a World Series was in 1908. This 1908 World Series was one of the greatest ever played. Many people wanted to see this series of baseball games. The 1908 World Series was memorable because it had intriguing background information, very talented key players, and had very exciting games. The 1908 World Series has very intriguing background information. First off, it was played between the

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    1919 World Series History

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    1919 World Series occurred between the Cincinnati Reds, and the Chicago White Sox. During this eight game battle, the Reds beat the Sox five games to three in a best of nine game series. The World Series is typically a seven game series played between the best team in the American League, and the best team in the National League. In order for a team to get into the World Series, they must first win their division, then win in the playoffs. This was the first time the Reds won the World Series, unlike

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    pastime. Worldwide sport. The best sport in America. But, in 1919 the industry of baseball was affected terribly. The 1919 World Series ( the World Series being one of the biggest events in America) was one of the darkest events in sports history. Arnold Rothstein, a notorious gambler in New York, created one of the biggest scandals in sports at the time. He rigged the 1919 World Series. At this time, no one would even think of pulling off such a huge scandal. But he successfully pulled off the scandal

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    Canadian baseball fans what they have been waiting for, a World Series won by a Canadian team. The Blue Jays two win-streak in the World Series characterizes Canadian baseball. The Toronto Blue Jays won their first World Series in 1992 against the Atlanta Braves 4-2 and went on to retain their title in 1993 against the Philadelphia Phillies with 4-2 record. The following essay will state the facts and statistics on the Blue Jays’ two Series, how it affected Canada in a positive manner within the country

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    provide an example of a specific situation (1919 World Series). Then explain some of Burke’s key concepts he has derived throughout his life. I will also compare some of Burke’s concepts to two reading by Sigmund Freud. Next a deep clarification of each of the five terms (act, agent, agency, scene, and purpose) associated with a pentadic analysis. Then assign each term (act, agent, agency, scene, and purpose) with regards to my chose 1919 World Series example. I will then attempt to help clarify the

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