MLB World Series

Season 36 Episode 7

Game 7 - Milwaukee at St. Louis (1982)

Aired Wednesday 8:00 PM Oct 20, 1982 on FOX
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Game 7 - Milwaukee at St. Louis (1982)

Game 7 of the 1982 World Series between the Milwaukee Brewers and the St. Louis Cardinals at Busch Stadium in St. Louis, Missouri.
Final Score: Milwaukee 3 St. Louis 6
St. Louis wins the 1982 World Series 4-3

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    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


    • TRIVIA (5)

      • Final Score
        Milwaukee 3 St. Louis 6

        St. Louis wins the 1982 World Series 4-3

      • The victory improved the St. Louis Cardinals' franchise record in World Series to 9-4.
        The loss dropped the Milwaukee Brewers' franchise record in World Series to 0-1.

      • Total attendance for the seven games was 348,570. The winning player's share was $43,279.69 and the losing player's share was $31,934.99.

      • St. Louis Cardinals catcher Darrel Porter was named the 1982 World Series MVP.

      • During this series, Dick Enberg and Joe Garagiola shared play-by-play duties. Joe Garagiola called the first and last three innings of each game while Dick Enberg called the middle three innings.

    • QUOTES (7)

      • (on their respect for Darrel Porter's victory over alcohol and drug addiction
        Milwaukee Pitcher Moose Haas: [Winning the MVP award] couldn't happen to a nicer guy. I got to play with him for a little while, and I'll never forget it. I knew he had some problems. It wasn't too secret. But to see somebody like that set an example for younger people, to fight it, stop it, do what he did, it's fantastic.
        Milwaukee Pitcher Don Sutton: I respect him so, more so for his personal life than for his professional. A lot of people can play baseball, but not many have a lot of guts, personal fortitude, to do what he did in his personal life, and I do have a lot of respect for it.

      • (on his three-year struggle to overcome alcohol and drug addiction)
        St. Louis Catcher and World Series MVP Darrel Porter: Now remember, this is non-alcoholic stuff now. This is wonderful. It's great. I can't believe it. But I ain't breaking my sobriety for it, either. This is a high point, no doubt about it. I feel so good. I never thought I could feel this good. It's something you dream about, the honest truth. From the time you're a little Leaguer, you dream of being a world champion. Now I can say that. I've got a wonderful wife, a little girl 6 1/2 months old, a little girl who looks like my wife, thank goodness. I haven't had a drink in two years. I'm a happy man.
        St. Louis Catcher and World Series MVP Darrel Porter: You know, I messed up my life in 1980, but I turned that around when I went to rehabilitation.

      • St. Louis Starter Joaquin Andujar: My knee bothered me the first inning.But I told our pitching coach, Hub Kittle, 'I'll die first. I'll never give up.' My sinker and curve didn't work, so I had to rely on my fastball more than I wanted. (Left fielder Ben) Ogilivie's home run (leading off the fifth) was on a bad slider.
        (on whether he was tired in the sixth inning when Milwaukee scored twice)
        St. Louis Starter Joaquin Andujar: We just made some mistakes. I made a mistake on a couple of pitches. But there was no way I wouldn't pitch tonight. I wanted to pitch the last game very badly.

      • St. Louis First Baseman Keith Hernandez: If I would out one thing, it's teams on paper don't mean bleep. It's team attitude, togetherness, no selfishness, sacrifice for 25, no one person wanting the glory. We're a unit here, we've got 25 guys playing together. There are no egos, no one or two or three people who want all the headlines.

      • St. Louis Shortstop Ozzie Smith: I think we should all top our hats to the Brewers. It's hard to say that there is a loser in this Series. They're really such a great team.

      • St. Louis Manager Whitey Herzog: I didn't get particularly excited. It really felt like just another game.

      • St. Louis Reliever Jim Kaat: We didn't lose more than three consecutive games during the season because we played it like golf. You don't have to make many great shots. Just avoid the bad ones. Keep it in the fairway and don't three putt the greens.

    • NOTES (3)

      • Dick Enberg - Pregame Host, Tom Seaver - Pregame Analyst, Bob Costas - Trophy Presentation

      • Starting Lineups
        Milwaukee Brewers
        Paul Molitor 3B
        Robin Yount SS
        Cecil Cooper 1B
        Ted Simmons C
        Ben Oglivie LF
        Gorman Thomas CF
        Roy Howell DH
        Charlie Moore RF
        Jim Gantner 2B
        Pete Vuckovich P
        St. Louis Cardinals
        Lonnie Smith LF
        Ken Oberkfell 3B
        Keith Hernandez 1B
        George Hendrick RF
        Darrel Porter C
        Dane Iorg DH
        Willie McGee CF
        Tom Herr 2B
        Ozzie Smith SS
        Joaquin Andujar P

      • Reserves
        Milwaukee Brewers
        Dwight Bernard
        Mark Brouhard
        Mike Caldwell
        Marshall Edwards
        Rollie Fingers
        Moose Haas
        Pete Ladd
        Bob McClure
        Doc Medich
        Don Money
        Rob Picciolo
        Ed Romero
        Jim Slaton
        Don Sutton
        Ned Yost
        St. Louis Cardinals
        Doug Bair
        Steve Braun
        Glenn Brummer
        Bob Forsch
        Julio Gonzalez
        David Green
        Jim Kaat
        Jeff Lahti
        Dave LaPoint
        John Martin
        Steve Mura
        Mike Ramsey
        John Stuper
        Bruce Sutter
        Gene Tenace

    • ALLUSIONS (0)