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2010 World Series
Team (Wins) Manager Season
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Dates: October 27 – November 4
Television: Fox
TV announcers: Joe Buck (Play-by-play),
Tim McCarver (color commentary),
Ken Rosenthal (reporter) (Tentative)
Radio: ESPN
Radio announcers: Jon Miller (Play-by-play),
Joe Morgan (color commentator) (Tentative)
Umpires:
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The 2010 World Series will be the 106th edition of Major League Baseball's championship series. The best-of-seven playoff will be played between the champions of the National League and the American League, and is tentatively set to begin on Wednesday, October 27th. Unless the series is a sweep and there are no weather delays, the series will go into November for the second year in a row, but just the third time ever. The latest possible ending of the series scheduled for November 4th, barring weather delays . As has been standard since 2003, the home field advantage for the series will be decided on July 13 at the All-Star Game to be held in Anaheim, California. The games will be televised in the USA on Fox. Barring unforeseen circumstances, Joe Buck and Tim McCarver will be the announcing team.

Major League Baseball Postseason
2010 World Series
American League Championship Series
American League Division Series
National League Championship Series
National League Division Series
2010 Major League Baseball season
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