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Dan Mullen ESPN.com 

It's amazing what a three-home run game to close out the NLCS will do for your profile on World Series media day. Enrique Hernandez is a popular man at Dodger Stadium today.

Dan Mullen ESPN.com 

Dodgers shortstop Corey Seager explains what it was like watching his team roll through the NLCS while he was sidelined with an injury.

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Dan Mullen ESPN.com 

With a crowd waiting for his arrival, Yasiel Puig is in the building for the Dodgers session at World Series media day.

Dan Mullen ESPN.com 

Usually talk about triple-digit heat at the World Series is about aces and hard-throwing relievers, but not this week. Temperatures are around 100 degrees for media day at Dodger Stadium and are expected to be in the same range at first pitch of Game 1 on Tuesday night.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

World Series logos in place. Cameras being set up. Weather: Hot. First to four wins.

Charles Moynihan ESPN Producer 

Workers are putting the finishing touches on the World Series logo at Dodger Stadium.

Charles Moynihan ESPN Producer 

It is currently 104 degrees here in Los Angeles. Game time temperature tomorrow is expected to be 101.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Mets harán oficial contratación de su nuevo dirigente, Mickey Callaway, ex entrenador de pitcheo de los Indios de Cleveland.

Shelley Smith ESPN Reporter 

Kershaw running sprints in the outfield.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Carlos Beltrán sobre Alex Cora ser nombrado dirigente de los Medias Rojas de Boston: "Solamente son 30 trabajos en las Grandes Ligas, que sea un boricua que tenga ese trabajo, no solamente en Grandes Ligas porque en Grandes Ligas puede ser cualquier equipo, un mercado grande. Me siento orgulloso."

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The Mets will reportedly name Indians pitching coach Mickey Callaway as manager. In the 3 seasons prior to Callaway's arrival in Cleveland, the Indians ranked 12th in the AL in ERA and 13th in WHIP. But with him, they were the best staff in the American League in just about every way. He'll have an eager young group with which to work. The Mets got 157 starts from pitchers under 30, 3rd-most in MLB in 2017.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Alex Cora se convierte en el segundo dirigente de Grandes Ligas a tiempo completo nacido en Puerto Rico.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Here is what Carlos Beltrán told me about Alex Cora becoming Red Sox manager: "I don't see it as a loss (for the Astros); I see it as a gain (for baseball). There are only 30 jobs in the Major Leagues, and a Puerto Rican having one of those jobs, not only a job in the majors because the majors can refer to any team, but such a big market, it makes me very proud. I know that Alex is going to do an excellent job. He's very prepared. We will miss him here, because of the way Cora is as a person, who communicates and relates so well to people."

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Medias Rojas lo hacen oficial: Alex Cora será el nuevo dirigente del equipo.

Enrique Rojas ESPNdeportes 

Boston Red Sox anunció el domingo que contrató al coach puertorriqueño Alex Cora como su nuevo manager. Sin embargo, la organización informó que no habrá una presentación formal y se abstendrá de comentar sobre el nombramiento hasta que concluya la Serie Mundial. Cora, de 42 años, es el coach de la banca de los Houston Astros que disputarán el clásico de otoño con los Los Angeles Dodgers desde el martes.

Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

Alex Cora receives a three-year contract, plus a club option for 2021, to manage the Red Sox.

Christina Kahrl MLB Staff Writer 

Pairing Mickey Callaway with the Mets to manage after his success coaching so many talented starters in Cleveland seems like a brilliant selection aimed at maximizing what should be their greatest strength -- starting pitching. He's a great communicator to boot, with players and media alike.

Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

Brian McCann said he took no additional pleasure in beating his former team, the Yankees, who traded him to the Astros last November as part of their rebuild. "I love that organization," McCann said. "I have lifelong friends over there that I'll be talking to when I'm in my 70s and 80s."

Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

Justin Verlander has been named ALCS MVP. He gave up one run and struck out 21 batters in 16 innings over two starts in the ALCS.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Alex Cora viajará a Boston a ser nombrado dirigente de los Medias Rojas una vez los Astros completen su participación en postemporada.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

What an awesome performance from Charlie Morton and Lance McCullers to pitch the Astros into the second World Series in franchise history. The two combined for a three-hit, 11-strikeout shutout. They threw 108 pitches -- 77 of them curveballs. The Yankees had no chance and we have the first World Series matchup between 100-win teams since the Reds and Orioles in 1970.

Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer 

The Yankees season ends with a 4-0 loss to the Astros in Game 7 of the ALCS. While it is not the finish they wanted, their year still must be considered a success for a club a lot of people thought wouldn't even make the playoffs. Led by Aaron Judge, the Yankees have a young core that should allow them to return to future October and possibly advance further in the playoffs.

Shawn Fitzgerald ESPN Producer 

The champagne is on its' way to the Astros clubhouse.

Holly Rowe ESPN Reporter 

Athletic trainer Jack Marucci is a cutting edge medical specialist for @LSUfootball and also has a fascinating "hobby" that has turned in to a huge success. @maruccibats He presents Holly Rowe with a special bat!

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Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer 

When the Yankees signed Brian McCann to a five-year, $85 million contract in December of 2013, they could only dream of him ripping a two-run double in an ALCS Game 7 they were playing in. However, he is doing it for the opposite team. McCann, who was traded by the Yankees to the Astros this past winter, nailed a two-run double off the Yankees' Tommy Kahnle to open up a four-run lead for Houston. The Yankees are still paying McCann around a third of his $15M salary this year.