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1960 World Series Game 7 to be Aired Tonight

7pm tonight on MLB Network

Baseball fans know all about this game.

Did you guys hear about this? They found a tape of the entire game 7 of the 1960 World Series, famous for Bill Mazeroski's walk-off home run to beat the Yankees, in Bing Crosby's basement! He had the game recorded while he was overseas...that game had been lost to history until this year and MLB Network will be airing it in its entirety tonight. This is the Berra/Mantle/Maris Yankees...

http://content.usatoday.com/communit...ies-telecast/1

...and the story of the finding of the one ring, I mean tape

http://sports.yahoo.com/mlb/blog/big...urn=mlb-272117

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wow. had no idea this had been lost to history. definitely 1 of the most dramatic HR's in MLB history along with bobby thomson/carlton fisk/joe carter/kirk gibson but still the only HR to win game 7 of a world series.

trivia question - who was on deck when bobby thomson hit his HR?

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Whoa, didn't expect a '54 trivia question (that was '54 right?)...no idea man!

For me, this is without question the biggest home run in baseball history. First, as you mentioned it's the only game 7 winner in history, and it was hit by a guy not known for power!

Gibson, wasn't a series clincer. Fisk, shit they lost that series! Thompson's was awesome but was not in the world series.The only one that comes close for me is Carter's...but that wasn't game 7, and he didn't beat the Yankees

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Many of those games from back then are lost to history. They only have clips or partial footage.

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Whoa, didn't expect a '54 trivia question (that was '54 right?)...no idea man!

For me, this is without question the biggest home run in baseball history. First, as you mentioned it's the only game 7 winner in history, and it was hit by a guy not known for power!

Gibson, wasn't a series clincer. Fisk, shit they lost that series! Thompson's was awesome but was not in the world series.The only one that comes close for me is Carter's...but that wasn't game 7, and he didn't beat the Yankees
tom - think about the perfect answer to the trivia question - a famous giant who was a rookie at the time and went on the HOF.

agreed - biggest hr in history by a very unlikely defensive player. ala bucky dent against the red sox at fenway.

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Dammit, I was going to guess Mays too...

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winner winner chicken dinner - i figured you knew this already.

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I probably did, at one time. I think I need to do a defrag on the old memory bank here

Who's the only player to win the MVP in both leagues!?

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I probably did, at one time. I think I need to do a defrag on the old memory bank here

Who's the only player to win the MVP in both leagues!?
frank robinson...i think. right? (i promise i didnt google that guess)

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what yankee is the only mlb'er to play on world championships in his first 4 years of his career?

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Bam, good call!

Ok. Mantle was rookie of the year and blew his knee out in the world series, so that's guess one.

Jeter would be my other guess, just based on that stretch of world series appearances, but I can't remember if he was a rookie or not.

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man you're good - think earlier and what i think is the record most unlikely to be broken

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Well I would say that the the strike out and all time wins records are the safest out there

...but you must be referring to Joe D and his 56 game hitting streak!

On a side note, many people blame DiMaggio for Mantle's injury, calling him off at the last moment only after he "knew" he could make the catch. The two did not get along...at all.

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Well I would say that the the strike out and all time wins records are the safest out there

...but you must be referring to Joe D and his 56 game hitting streak!

On a side note, many people blame DiMaggio for Mantle's injury, calling him off at the last moment only after he "knew" he could make the catch. The two did not get along...at all.
thats true. i should say modern era records. now shut your mouth.

mantle was a mans man, mr. coffee not so much.

so all of 2 baseball fans on clsb i see. huh.

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Right!?

Most underrated hitters in baseball history for me:

Jimmie Foxx

.325 career avg and 534 home runs

http://www.baseball-reference.com/pl...foxxji01.shtml

Harmon Kilebrew

573 home runs and a .509 career slugging percentage.

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Right!?

Most underrated hitters in baseball history for me:

Jimmie Foxx

.325 career avg and 534 home runs

http://www.baseball-reference.com/pl...foxxji01.shtml

Harmon Kilebrew

573 home runs and a .509 career slugging percentage.

http://www.baseball-reference.com/pl...illeha01.shtml
yea..NICE THREAD

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ted lyons 260-230 pitching for incredibly bad white sox teams for 23 years (only 7 years above 500 and 4 of them BELOW .400):

1946 Chicago White Sox American League 74 80 .481 30.0 983,403
1945 Chicago White Sox American League 71 78 .477 15.0 657,981
1944 Chicago White Sox American League 71 83 .461 18.0 563,539
1943 Chicago White Sox American League 82 72 .532 16.0 508,962
1942 Chicago White Sox American League 66 82 .446 34.0 425,734
1941 Chicago White Sox American League 77 77 .500 24.0 677,077
1940 Chicago White Sox American League 82 72 .532 8.0 660,336
1939 Chicago White Sox American League 85 69 .552 22.5 594,104
1938 Chicago White Sox American League 65 83 .439 32.0 338,278
1937 Chicago White Sox American League 86 68 .558 16.0 589,245
1936 Chicago White Sox American League 81 70 .536 20.0 440,810
1935 Chicago White Sox American League 74 78 .487 19.5 470,281
1934 Chicago White Sox American League 53 99 .349 47.0 236,559
1933 Chicago White Sox American League 67 83 .447 31.0 397,789
1932 Chicago White Sox American League 49 102 .325 56.5 233,198
1931 Chicago White Sox American League 56 97 .366 51.5 403,550
1930 Chicago White Sox American League 62 92 .403 40.0 406,123
1929 Chicago White Sox American League 59 93 .388 46.0 426,795
1928 Chicago White Sox American League 72 82 .468 29.0 494,152
1927 Chicago White Sox American League 70 83 .458 39.5 614,423
1926 Chicago White Sox American League 81 72 .529 9.5 710,339
1925 Chicago White Sox American League 79 75 .513 18.5 832,231
1924 Chicago White Sox American League 66 87 .431 25.5 606,658
1923 Chicago White Sox American League 69 85 .448 30.0 573,778

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Best single season pitching performance.

Steve Carlton, 1972...on a team that won 56 games all season.

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How many of those 10 losses was 1-0!!?

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Steve Carlton, 1972...on a team that won 56 games all season.

27 - 10
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How many of those 10 losses was 1-0!!?
yep. great season. great question - i would have to google that but will guess 3.

who was the greatest pitcher in 1968?

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'68...Gibson, hands down.

...and surprisingly none, though he did lose one game after allowing only 1 ER. I actually didn't know that answer myself, had to look it up.

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This thread started out cool, and turned lame.

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If by lame you mean baseball awesomeness, then yes...agreed.

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'68...Gibson, hands down.

...and surprisingly none, though he did lose one game after allowing only 1 ER. I actually didn't know that answer myself, had to look it up.
carlton would easily have had 30+ wins obviously with an even average team.

i think gibsons the right answer imo. 1.12 era (crazy crazy crazy). vs. mclain with 31 wins or lolich with 3 world series wins.

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IP-273.0 H-175 BB-55 SO-202 HR-24
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H-5.77 HR-0.791 BB-1.81 SO-6.66

#4-Denny McLain W-31 L-6 ERA-1.96
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Just saw Bob Feller died.

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yep. great season. great question - i would have to google that but will guess 3.

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carlton would easily have had 30+ wins obviously with an even average team.

i think gibsons the right answer imo. 1.12 era (crazy crazy crazy). vs. mclain with 31 wins or lolich with 3 world series wins.

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IP-304.2 H-198 BB-62 SO-268 HR-11
Per 9 Innings
H-5.85 HR-0.325 BB-1.83 SO-7.92

#2-Luis Tiant W-21 L-9 ERA-1.60
IP-258.1 H-152 BB-73 SO-264 HR-16
Per 9 Innings
H-5.30 HR-0.557 BB-2.54 SO-9.20

#3-Dave McNally W-20 L-10 ERA-1.95
IP-273.0 H-175 BB-55 SO-202 HR-24
Per 9 Innings
H-5.77 HR-0.791 BB-1.81 SO-6.66

#4-Denny McLain W-31 L-6 ERA-1.96
IP-336.0 H-241 BB-63 SO-280 HR-31
Per 9 Innings
H-6.46 HR-0.830 BB-1.69 SO-7.50


What about Jenkins? You left him off the list.

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What about Jenkins? You left him off the list.
cuz he doesnt belong on it. 20-15 that year with a 2.63 era and 260 strikeouts

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Jenkins, 6 20 game win seasons I believe

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Jenkins, 6 20 game win seasons I believe
no doubt a great career and a canadian too but not as good in 1968 as those other guys.

ok - without looking this up which orioles team had 4 - 20 game winners and name them.

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1971?? One of those years in there. That was the same core team that the '69 Mets beat right?

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Nah...I'm brain cramping pretty good on that team right now. I know I can get at least two of them but I just can't access that part of my memory right now Jim Palmer has to be one of them...

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