MLB World Series

Season 37 Episode 5

Game 5 - Baltimore at Philadelphia (1983)

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Aired Wednesday 8:00 PM Oct 16, 1983 on FOX
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Game 5 - Baltimore at Philadelphia (1983)
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Game 5 of the 1983 World Series between the Baltimore Orioles and the Philadelphia Phillies at Veterans Stadium in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Final Score: Baltimore 5 Philadelphia 0
Baltimore wins the 1983 World Series 4-1

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    Howard Cosell

    Howard Cosell

    Color Commentator

    Earl Weaver

    Earl Weaver

    Color Commentator

    Reggie Jackson

    Reggie Jackson

    Field Reporter

    Al Michaels

    Al Michaels

    Play-By-Play Announcer

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    • TRIVIA (7)

      • Final Score
        Baltimore 5 Philadelphia 0
        Baltimore wins the 1983 World Series 4-1

      • The victory improved the Baltimore Orioles' franchise record in World Series to 3-4.
        The loss dropped the Philadelphia Phillies' franchise record in World Series to 1-3.

      • Total attendance for the five games was 304,139. The winning player's share was $65,487.70 and the losing player's share was $44,473.32.

      • Baltimore Orioles' catcher Rick Dempsey was named the 1983 World Series MVP.

      • The teams' combined batting average of .243 (Baltimore .258, Philadelphia .228) set a World Series record for the lowest batting average for both team in a 5-game Series.

      • The teams' combined men left on base total of 51 (Baltimore 28, Philadelphia 23) set a World Series record for the fewest men left on base by both team in a 5-game Series.

      • The total attendance of 304,139 established a World Series record for a 5-game Series.

    • QUOTES (3)

      • (on pitching to Philadelphia third baseman Mike Schmidt)
        Baltimore Catcher and World Series MVP Rick Dempsey
        : We never tried to challenge him. When we did give him fastballs, they were always in on the hands. We were going to make him supply his own power. Where I put my glove, the pitchers were able to put the ball.
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        Baltimore Catcher and World Series MVP Rick Dempsey: This offseason is going to be mighty pleasurable. I just can't comprehend everything just now. I usually only hit line drives like that in spring training. And I haven't hit this good since spring training three years ago. Whenever I hit a homer, it's something special. It's not every day I hit one. To hit one out on the same day we win the World Series and I'm the MVP, that's incredible.

      • (on losing the Series)
        Philadelphia Reliever Al Holland: We were outplayed and we lost.
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        Philadelphia Starter Charles Hudson: This is pretty hard to swallow. This being my first year, maybe I wanted it too much. This would have put a cherry on everything, coming back and winning this game and winning two more.
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        (on his 1-for-20 performance)
        Philadelphia Third Baseman Mike Schmidt: Maybe I wanted to do good too bad. Give the Orioles all the credit. They pitched well. They won and they deserved it.

      • Baltimore Owner Edward Bennett Williams: I'm so proud of this magnificent band of brothers called the Orioles. It's the happiest moment of my life in sports.

    • NOTES (3)

      • Howard Cosell - Pregame Host, Reggie Jackson - Pregame Analyst & Trophy Presentation

      • Starting Lineups
        Baltimore Orioles
        Al Bumbry CF
        Dan Ford RF
        Cal Ripken SS
        Eddie Murray 1B
        John Lowenstein LF
        Rich Dauer 2B
        Todd Cruz 3B
        Rick Dempsey C
        Scott McGregor P
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        Philadelphia Phillies
        Joe Morgan 2B
        Pete Rose RF
        Mike Schmidt 3B
        Gary Matthews RF
        Tony Perez 1B
        Garry Maddox CF
        Bo Diaz C
        Ivan DeJesus SS
        Charles Hudson P

      • Reserves
        Baltimore Orioles
        Benny Ayala
        Mike Boddicker
        Storm Davis
        Jim Dwyer
        Mike Flanagan
        Tito Landrum
        Dennis Martinez
        Tippy Martinez
        Joe Nolan
        Jim Palmer
        Gary Roenicke
        Lenn Sakata
        John Shelby
        Ken Singleton
        Sammy Stewart
        Tim Stoddard
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        Philadelphia Phillies
        Larry Andersen
        Marty Bystrom
        Steve Carlton
        John Denny
        Bob Dernier
        Kiko Garcia
        Greg Gross
        Kevin Gross
        Von Hayes
        Willie Hernandez
        Al Holland
        Joe Lefebvre
        Sixto Lezcano
        Ron Reed
        Juan Samuel
        Ozzie Virgil

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