The 1919 'Black Sox' and the Biggest Controversies in World Series History

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The 1919 'Black Sox' and the Biggest Controversies in World Series History
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For all the drama that the postseason provided us this fall, it may have been a letdown for casual baseball fans to see such an anti-climactic end to the World Series with the Giants sweeping the Tigers into the offseason in dominating fashion.

Not all finales are quite as mild-mannered, however.

It was just a year ago that a Game 3 call from umpire Ron Kulpa stirred the pot and threw controversy into the mix, and just a few years before that when we saw Kenny Rogers' motives called into play during the 2006 World Series.

Even the Little League World Series finds itself entrenched in controversy from time-to-time.

With that, here are some of the most notable controversies in World Series history.

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