WORLD SERIES: Phils Pound Back Yanks 8-6 To Stay Alive; Chutley Beats On The Brats With A Baseball Bat


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RELATED: In a quick and touching reaction, Major League Baseball paid tribute during Monday night’s World Series game to Michael Goldsmith, the law professor who died Sunday of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. Goldsmith had been honored in Yankee Stadium on July 4 on the 70th anniversary of Lou Gehrig’s classic speech. After the condition, also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease, was diagnosed, Goldsmith wrote a guest column in Newsweek, calling on Major League Baseball to do more to fight the disease that killed Gehrig on June 2, 1941. In response, Major League Baseball held ceremonies in 15 stadiums last July 4. Soon after that, Goldsmith grew worse, and he died at 58. MORE

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