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  • 2006 World Series, Game 5: Tigers at Cardinals

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    S 2006 : Ep 5 - 10/27/06

    Detroit Tigers 2 at St. Louis Cardinals 4, F -- Jeff Weaver was astounding, allowing one earned run and fanning nine in eight innings, while Series MVP David Eckstein had two RBIs and scored a run to lead the Cardinals to their first World Series win since 1982. Yadier Molina had three hits and scored twice for the Cards, who were crowned at home in the first season at new Busch Stadium. It was the 10th World Championship for the Cardinals franchise.moreless
  • 2005 World Series, Game 4: White Sox at Astros

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    S 2005 : Ep 4 - 10/26/05

    Chicago White Sox 1 at Houston Astros 0, F -- Chicago's eighth straight postseason victory gave them their first Championship since 1917. Bobby Jenks finished off the Astros in the ninth, as Juan Uribe, the slick-fielding shortstop, grabbed pinch-hitter Orlando Palmeiro's broken-bat grounder up the middle and once again nailed the runner by inches at first for the final out. Uribe's defensive gem set off a wild celebration on the Minute Maid Park field and among the Chicago faithful in the stands. Jermaine Dye's three-hit effort contributed to his Series MVP.moreless
  • 2004 World Series, Game 4: Red Sox at Cardinals

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    S 2004 : Ep 4 - 10/26/04

    Boston Red Sox 3 at St. Louis Cardinals 0, F -- Curse Reversed! The Boston Sox finally win the championship that was 86 years in the making behind a dominant, three-hit effort by Derek Lowe. The Red Sox completed a World Series sweep of the Cardinals to win their first title since 1918, and finally put to rest the legendary "Curse of the Bambino." Johnny Damon's first-inning home run started the scoring for Boston, and Trot Nixon hit a two-run double in the third. Manny Ramirez was named series MVP.moreless
  • 2003 World Series, Game 6: Marlins at Yankees

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    S 2003 : Ep 6 - 10/25/03

    Florida Marlins 2 at New York Yankees 0, F/16 -- Pitching on three days' rest, Josh Beckett's 107 pitches quieted the naysayers, carrying the Marlins to a World Series title and garnering Most Valuable Player honors for his effort. Beckett threw the first complete-game shutout in a deciding World Series game in 12 years, sending the home team to its first postseason series loss at Yankee Stadium in 22 years. The shutout was the 19th in a World Series-deciding game, and Beckett's 47 strikeouts in the postseason tied Randy Johnson (2001) for the all-time record in a single postseason.moreless
  • 2002 World Series, Game 7: Giants at Angels

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    S 2002 : Ep 7 - 10/27/02

    San Francisco Giants 1 at Anaheim Angels 4, F -- Anaheim completed its magical run to the championshiop before 44,598 Rally Monkey-fueled fans at Edison Field. Third baseman Troy Glaus, who batted .385 with three homers and eight RBIs, was named series MVP. The Angels won the Series, four games to three, bringing the World Series trophy to Anaheim for the first time in the 41-year history of the franchise.moreless
  • 2001 World Series, Game 7: Yankees at Diamondbacks

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    S 2001 : Ep 7 - 11/4/01

    New York Yankees 2 at Arizona Diamondbacks 3, F -- Curt Schilling on short rest vs. Roger Clemens + reliever Randy Johnson + late-inning Gonzo magic vs. Mariano Rivera = dramatic championship. A fitting finale to one of the BEST World Series ever. Surviving two stunning losses in Games 4 and 5, the Diamondbacks found their own late-inning magic in the person of Luis Gonzalez. It began with Hall-of-Fame-bound starters Roger Clemens and Curt Schilling trading zeros through six. Schilling was strong on only two days rest, then manager Bob Brenly made the gutsy call to Randy Johnson -- the Game 6 starter just the night before -- for his second-ever postseason relief appearance. The Big Unit was perfect for 1.1, but all seemed on track for NY as they summoned "automatic" closer Mariano Rivera to hold the one-run lead. Rivera was riding a string of 23 consecutive postseason saves and seemed as invincible as they come. Then, in events as almost as otherworldly as the rain that fell on them in the desert, Mo proved human... and the D-backs became the youngest franchise to win a title on Gonzalez' dramatic game-winning line drive.moreless
  • 1999 World Series, Game 4: Braves at Yankees

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    S 1999 : Ep 4 - 10/27/99

    Atlanta Braves 1 at NY Yankees 4, F -- A Roger Clemens and Mariano Rivera classic, the powerhouse Yankees become the first team to sweep consecutive World Series in 60 years (since the DiMaggio Yanks did it to the Cubs and Reds in 1938-39). After a regular season filled with personal tragedies and illnesses, the final game of the decade saw 56,752 fans cheer on Roger Clemens for seven-plus innings as the future Hall of Famer allowed just one run, then sat back and watched as Mariano Rivera finished-off Atlanta and helped the Rocket earn his first World Series title.moreless
  • 1995 World Series Game 6: Braves at Indians

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    S 1995 : Ep 6 - 10/28/95

    Cleveland Indians 0 at Atlanta Braves 1, F -- Tom Glavine one-hits powerful Indians, and the '90s Braves finally win it all. After losing the 1991 and 1992 World Series, as well as the 1993 NLCS, the Braves (seemingly dubbed "The Team of the 90s" just a tad bit too early) finally put it all together in 1995. Tom Glavine was masterful, allowing just one hit and three walks over eight shutout innings, with Mark Wohlers working the ninth for the save. David Justice provided all the offense Atlanta needs with a sixth-inning solo shot off Jim Poole.moreless
  • 1993 World Series, Game 6: Phillies at Blue Jays

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    S 1993 : Ep 6 - 10/23/93

    Philadelphia Phillies 6 at Toronto Blue Jays 8, F -- "Touch 'em all, Joe!" Joe Carter gives the Jays their second straight Championship with one 9th-inning swing vs. Wild Thing. Facing elimination, the Phillies trailed by four in the seventh. But they battled back to score five runs -- three of them courtesy of a Lenny Dykstra homer -- to take a 6-5 lead into the bottom of the ninth. That's when the Wild Thing, Mitch Williams, trotted out to close the door on the Jays. Instead, he put two men on for Joe Carter, who slammed the first come-from-behind, Series-winning homer in baseball history.moreless
  • 1992 World Series, Game 6: Blue Jays at Braves

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    S 1992 : Ep 6 - 10/24/92

    Toronto Blue Jays 4 at Atlanta Braves 3, F/11 -- Dave Winfield picked the perfect moment for his first extra-base hit in twelve career World Series games. With the score tied in the 11th and the Blue Jays one win away from Canada's first-ever World Series title, Winfield burned Charlie Leibrandt for a double down the left field line to put Toronto up 4-2. The Braves mounted a comeback, but ultimately fell short, 4-3.moreless
  • 1991 World Series, Game 7: Braves at Twins

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    S 1991 : Ep 7 - 10/27/91

    Atlanta Braves 0 at Minnesota Twins 1, F/10 -- A classic World Series is capped by a Game 7 masterpiece, as Twins' hurler Jack Morris goes the distance with a seven-hit, ten-inning shutout to win the Championship. A base-running blunder by Atlanta's Lonnie Smith in the eighth comes back to haunt the Braves as they hold the Twins scoreless through nine and might have won, had Smith scored in the eighth. Regardless, the "Dome Field advantage" works its magic for the Twins who take home their second title in five years.moreless
  • 1990 World Series, Game 4: Reds at Athletics

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    S 1990 : Ep 4 - 10/20/90

    Cincinnati Reds 2 at Oakland Athletics 1, F -- Jose Rijo shut down the A's "Bash Brothers" to cap an improbable sweep. Just as in 1988, Jose Canseco and Mark McGwire and the rest of the powerhouse the A's were supposed to dominate the Series, this time against the overachieving Reds. While Oakland ace Dave Stewart was sharp, he could not match Reds' starter Jose Rijo, who allowed just one run and two hits in eight-plus innings. "Nasty Boy" Randy Myers came on for the save, and secured the Reds' improbable World Series sweep over the mighty "Bash Brother-led" A's.moreless
  • 1987 World Series, Game 7: Cardinals at Twins

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    S 1987 : Ep 7 - 10/22/87

    St. Louis Cardinals 2 at Minnesota Twins 4, F -- The 1987 World Series between the Twins and Cardinals brought a whole new meaning to the term "home-field advantage." It marked the first time that the home team won all of its games in a Series. It was also the first time that World Series games were played indoors, at Minnesota's Metrodome, where deafening crowds of more than 55,000 screaming fans waived their "Homer Hankies" and cheered on the Kirby Puckett-led Twins.moreless
  • 1980 World Series, Game 6: Royals at Phillies

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    S 1987 : Ep 6 - 10/21/80

    Kansas City Royals 1 at Philadelphia Phillies 4, F -- With the Phillies just one tantalizing out away from a Championship, Tug McGraw got ahead on Willie Wilson, then struck him out swinging at a 1-2 fastball. McGraw threw his arms up, his teammates jumped all over each other, and the never-do-anything-the-easy-way Phillies had their first World Series title.moreless
  • 1986 World Series, Game 7: Red Sox at Mets

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    S 1986 : Ep 7 - 10/27/86

    Boston Red Sox 5 at New York Mets 8, F -- Both teams were facing their final game in one of the most dramatic postseasons ever: the Mets finally triumphant in an epic NLCS vs. the Houston Astros; the Red Sox fighting the “Curse of the Bambino” and the California Angels in the ALCS… and of course both clubs coming directly off the heels of the infamous “Bill Buckner” Game 6. And so the 1986 season for all the marbles came down to this final game at a packed and raucous Shea Stadium. A rainout of the originally-scheduled Game 7 the day before allowed the pressure to build for another 24 hours. Boston jumped out to a 3-0 lead; the Mets tied it four innings later, and built the lead in the 7th and 8th innings, including a home run by Darryl Strawberry and an RBI by closer Jesse Orosco. Indeed, it was Orosco’s 1-2-3 ninth inning, and his subsequent flinging of arms and glove into the air that became the iconic image for these ’86 Mets and their Championship season, and another defeat for the long-suffering Red Sox and their fans. Of course, it could not be known at the time, but this was the last World Series game the Sox would lose in 20 years; they swept to Championships in 2004 and 2007. At the time, however, it was a heart-stopping end to one of the classic postseasons in baseball history.moreless
  • 1983 World Series, Game 5: Orioles at Phillies

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    S 1983 : Ep 5 - 10/16/83

    Baltimore Orioles 5 at Philadelphia Phillies 0, F -- Eddie Murray hit a pair of homers and Rick Dempsey added a solo shot to back the five-hit pitching of Scott McGregor as the Orioles wrapped up their first World Series title in 13 years with a 5-0 shutout of the Phillies. Murray and Dempsey hit solo homers off Charles Hudson in the 2nd and 3rd innings, and Murray's two-run shot in the 4th broke the game open. Al Bumbry drove in Dempsey in the 5th to set the final margin, and McGregor took over from there. Picking up where he left off in Game 1, when he allowed only two runs in eight innings despite taking the loss, McGregor went the distance, striking out six, as the Orioles wrapped up the championship.moreless
  • 1982 World Series, Game 7: Brewers at Cardinals

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    S 1982 : Ep 7 - 10/20/82

    Milwaukee Brewers 3 at St. Louis Cardinals 6, F -- Clutch hits by Keith Hernandez and George Hendrick backed the gutsy pitching of Joaquin Andujar. When Bruce Sutter recorded the last out to close the door on Milwaukee's "Harvey's Wallbangers," St. Louis had won its first World Series title since the Bob Gibson-led 1967 squad.moreless
  • 1978 World Series, Game 6: Yankees at Dodgers

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    S 1978 : Ep 6 - 10/17/78

    New York Yankees 7 at Los Angeles Dodgers 2, F -- The New York Yankees wrapped up their 22nd championship behind the unlikely duo of Bucky Dent and Brian Doyle, as a tremendous seventh-inning Reggie Jackson home run off Game 2 nemesis Bob Welch put the final nail in the coffin. Closer Rich “Goose” Gossage blanked the Dodgers for the final two innings, as Captain Thurman Munson caught the final out of the game on a foul pop by Ron Cey. Dent would be named World Series MVP, batting .417 with 10 hits, 7 RBI, and 3 runs scored; Doyle would make a claim for the MVP himself with a .438 average, 7 hits, 2 RBI, and 4 runs. Sadly, this would be the final post-season game of Munson's career before his death during the 1979 season.moreless
  • 1976 World Series, Game 4: Reds at Yankees

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    S 1976 : Ep 4 - 10/21/76

    Cincinnati Reds 7 at New York Yankees 2, F -- On the heels of the high from Chris Chambliss’ Royals-crushing home run in the ALCS to put the Yankees into the World Series, the Yanks crashed right into the steamrolling juggernaut that was the “Big Red Machine” from Cincinnati. With a lineup that boasted George Foster, Johnny Bench, Pete Rose, Joe Morgan, Tony Perez and Ken Griffey, the Reds only allowed the Yankees the lead once in the Series, for the first three innings of this Game 4. Johnny Bench homered twice to drive in four runs, adding to his Series-leading totals and earning him World Series MVP honors, and the Reds back-to-back championships.moreless
  • 1971 World Series, Game 7: Pirates at Orioles

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    S 1971 : Ep 7 - 10/17/71

    Pittsburgh Pirates 2 at Baltimore Orioles 1, F -- With four 20-game winners and a powerful lineup featuring Frank Robinson, Brooks Robinson and Boog Powell, the Orioles were expected to dominate. But with a Roberto Clemente home run in the fourth, a Willie Stargell run in the eighth and Pirates starting pitcher Steve Blass going the distance, the Bucs closed out the deciding Game 7 in jubilant, underdog-upset style.moreless
  • 1970 World Series, Game 5: Reds at Orioles

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    S 1970 : Ep 5 - 10/15/70

    Cincinnati Reds 3 at Baltimore Orioles 9, F -- Brooks Robinson's glove, Mike Cuellar's arm and the booming bats of the Baltimore Orioles bring the championship home. After a rocky first inning, Cuellar silenced the Reds over the final eight frames to earn a complete game, six-hit victory. Home runs by Frank Robinson and Merv Rettenmund highlighted a nine-run, 15-hit onslaught that saw every Baltimore position but Brooks Robinson either score or drive in a run. Although Robinson was quiet with the bat, his two diving stops to rob Lee May in the fourth inning, and Johnny Bench in the ninth, capped his one-man highlight reel. With the series win, the Orioles were able to amend for their humbling defeat the hands of the New York Mets in the 1969 World Series and take their second title in five seasons.moreless
  • 1969 World Series, Game 5: Orioles at Mets

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    S 1969 : Ep 5 - 1/1/69

    Baltimore Orioles 3 at New York Mets 5, F -- The Miracle Mets complete the upset over the heavily-favored Baltimore Orioles, as slugger Donn Clendenon and light-hitting Al Weis each homered to back the five-hit pitching of Jerry Koosman. A key play in the sixth featured Cleon Jones being plunked on the foot by Baltimore starter Dave McNally. Jones was not originally awarded the base, but manager Gil Hodges retrieved the ball and pointed out the telltale black shoe-polish on the ball as proof. Rattled, McNally surrendered a two-run homer to the next batter, Clendenon, bringing the Mets within a run and shifting the momentum irrevocably toward New York. The Mets tacked on three more runs in the next two innings and the Amazing' upset was complete.moreless
  • 1965 World Series, Game 7: Dodgers at Twins

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    S 1965 : Ep 7 - 1/1/65

    Los Angeles Dodgers 2 at Minnesota Twins 0, F -- With a 26 wins, 2.04 ERA and 382 strikeouts, Sandy Koufax was unquestionably the best pitcher in all of baseball. But an advancing case of arthritis in his golden left arm forced every breathtaking outing to be countered by hours of treatment to keep the barely-tolerable pain at bay. After 335+ regular-season innings, it looked like the forces of nature finally caught up with Sandy, as he lost Game 2 to the Twins. Bouncing back with a shutout victory in Game 5, he was handed the ball for Game 7 with only two days of rest. His counterpart on the mound was 18-game winner Jim Kaat, who had been on the receiving end of the Game 5 shutout. The World Championship depended on which left arm could deliver the knockout punch.moreless
  • 1952 World Series, Game 7: Yankees at Dodgers

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    S 1952 : Ep 7 - 1/1/52

    New York Yankees 4 at Brooklyn Dodgers 2, F -- Mickey Mantle's home run and Billy Martin's acrobatic catch combine to shatter "Dem Bums"... again. Mantle's homer in the sixth gave the Yankees the lead for good, and an insurance run in the seventh made it 4-2. With the bases loaded and two outs in the bottom of the inning, Jackie Robinson hit a high pop up that Yankees first baseman Joe Collins appeared to lose it in the sun. But Martin charged in from second base to snatch the ball at his shoe tops to end the inning and snuff out the Dodgers' last threat as the Yankees secured the championship.moreless
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