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This 1919 photo shows a crowd gathering to see the score of the World Series from a scoreboard on Times Tower. Adolph Ochs, owner of New York Times, convinced Mayor George McClellan to rename the area Times Square, in honor of his newspaper.

NOT AT THE BALL PARK: Times Square, 1919 — World Series results on remote scoreboard with traffic congestion. The public interest was great even though no New York team was playing.

Today’s Front Pages | Newseum / Journal Star, Thursday, November 3, 2016

Every morning, more than 800 newspapers from around the world electronically submit their front pages to the Newseum to be part of Today’s Front Pages online exhibit.

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Infographic inspiration from the top newspapers and magazines in the world

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The Kansas City Royals win the World Series: American newspaper front pages – in pictures | Sport | The Guardian

The Kansas City Royals win the World Series: American newspaper front pages – in pictures

The Most Memorable Newspaper Covers From The Chicago Cubs World Series Win

The Most Memorable Newspaper Covers From The Chicago Cubs World Series Win

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June 23, 2013, Omaha World-Herald sports section cover on home runs at the College World Series

The contrast in this page really makes it an awesome picture. The white back ground and color of the ball behind the red string adds depth to the photo.

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