Celebrate the 2016 World Series champions with the only official publication licensed by Major League Baseball!
When the Cubs clinched the final out of the 2016 World Series, the city collectively exhaled; the wait was finally over. Chicago’s National League franchise ended its 108-year title drought this season, winning a Major League–best 103 games and leading the NL Central wire to wire. All five of the Cubs’ starting pitchers posted double-digits in wins, while Kyle Hendricks led the Majors in ERA and WHIP with Jon Lester not far behind. And a young core bolstered by Kris Bryant, Addison Russell, Javier Baez and countless other stars who had led the club to the playoffs in back-to-back seasons brought the world title to Wrigleyville for the first time since 1908, ushering in a new era of prosperity.
2016 World Series Champions takes fans out to the ball game and right down to the field-level action. Published in partnership with MLB and researched and written by their own in-house team of committed and knowledgeable baseball experts, this commemorative keepsake offers fans not only a detailed game-by-game recap of the World Series Champion’s run through the annual Fall Classic, but also a history of the World Series. With more than 200 incredible photographs, descriptive game analysis, profiles of every member of the team, statistics and box scores, this official MLB publication celebrates the most memorable and magical highlights from the entire 2016 MLB season. It’s all here — the biggest hits, the unbelievable throws, the most talked-about trades, great plays, amazing comebacks, and a season of unforgettable moments.
The 2017 Official World Series Publication is written and designed by MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL. With their in-house staff of gifted and knowledgeable writers, along with their unprecedented access to images and their exciting design capabilities, this publication will reflect professional… More about Major League Baseball
Paperback | $17.99
Published by McClelland & Stewart Nov 08, 2016| 160 Pages| 8 x 10| ISBN 9780771003172