The 1919 World Series contains some of the most interesting occurances in the history of major league baseball. One team was giving maximum effort to win this world series while members of the other team were making efforts to lose the same contest. The background, motivation and outcomes of these efforts have long been a mystery. While there have been numerous efforts to explain these circumstances, this work is a fresh approach to understanding how the 1919 World Series affected the participants, baseball in it's entirety and the American public as a whole. While some of these circumstances are still clouded in mystery, recent research has contributed greatly to the knowledge regarding this World Series. It is hoped that the reader will gain insight and enjoy this presentation of that baseball championship encounter.