-- Hall of Fame manager Earl Weaver Maybe you already know it all. It's possible that you know which team will win the 103rd World Series, how many games it will last, which player will record the final putout or hit the Maz-like walk-off homer, how many Jacoby Ellsbury No. 46 jerseys will be purchased this week in Red Sox Nation, how many times Matt Holliday will knock the cover off a ball, and whether this will go down as one of the best Fall Classics ever.
MLB.com World Series Package. It's available right now for only $4.95, and that's good through the clinching ceremonies. Benefits include: live MLB.com Gameday Audio radio broadcasts over your computer; on-demand access of every game after it has been played, with full-game broadcasts that are searchable by clickable linescore; text alerts from MLB.com Mobile, with lead changes from the seventh inning on, homers, breaking news and more; and a 15-percent discount on your checkout at the MLB.com Shop (hint: start your holiday shopping now that you have this and save big).MLB.com Downloads. It is now possible for you to download any World Series game right to your hard drive after the game has been played. Then it's yours for keeps. Start right now by ordering Game 1, and you'll have the link within 24 hours for the download. Order from select games from this past season and postseason, including those magical milestones. Or go old-school and get those classic broadcasts you've only seen in other people's highlights. It's what you've been waiting for, and they're only $1.99 a pop. MLB.com Gameday Audio on your phone. Let's say you have to make a run to the convenience store in the fifth inning. You can just take the game with you. Or listen while you work, as many other MLB.com users do. Like Robert Wiggins of El Cajon, Calif., who said in an e-mail about using this capability: "I no longer have to wait to go home and watch the highlights because I can listen to the entire game via mobile phone." MLB.com Gameday. This is now the time-honored companion no matter how you watch or listen to the actual live footage. Maybe you've used it to see how Holliday has been pitched during this Rockies run, or maybe it's how you tracked J.D. Drew's clutch grand-slam at-bat in Game 6 of the ALCS. You're just used to it, and it keeps getting more robust. You want even more than what you'll see on TV. Go to Gameday and track the Pitch-fx as well as speed and break to get a true sense of the pitch sequence. This technology requires a lot more explaining than there is space for here, but it's the result of triangulation with cameras set up by MLB.com at each ballpark; radar guns are out, and this is the way in. See the live box score and keep track of all the play-by-play by clicking on previous innings. Simply a must. MLB.com Chat. It's a peer-to-peer postseason. Rockies and Red Sox fans will be going head to head in that state-of-the art chat environment, and you just know that some Yankees fans are going to pop in and stir things up. Fans from all around the globe and representing all teams can be found, so everyone can find something in common with others. It's your own place for instant analysis, and so is an MLBlog of your own. During a record attendance season in baseball, you are always a crucial part of the action. WorldSeries.com. And all of that, of course, is just a start. Go to the official World Series site, and you can find the most comprehensive, around-the-clock coverage of the Fall Classic. MLB Advanced Media is blanketing the Series with a massive contingent of journalists and tech producers, and all of those stories can be yours to go read -- or get the RSS feeds and have them brought to you. If you want all the stats and multimedia, schedules and scores, this is where to find it. Earl Weaver always said what he thought, especially to umpires. What he said about learning makes perfect sense. Watch MLB.com live on location. This Fall Classic will be even more fun and educational than ever.