Friday, October 20, 2006

Breaking Culture News

The Tigers Have a team for the World Series.
And it will be the the St. Louis Cardinals.

Yadier Molina's ninth-inning broke a One-all tie in the 9th inning to put the St.Louis Cardinals vs the Tigers in a series that will beging on Saturday

This will be the Cardinals 2nd World Series in less than three years, there were last in the world series in 2004 but there was Sweep by the Boston Red Sox for the 1st title sinced 1918.

and this world series will be a classic re-match of the 1968 World Series between the same two teams where the both teams have good pitcher back then Bob Gibson who was picthing for St. Louis (who have a ERA of 1.12) and Denny McLain who was pictong for Detroit (Who won 31 games)

In Game one of that Series in that year Bob Gibson put on what becames the best World Series game ever when he sturck out 17 Detroit batters and pitch a 5-hitter to win Game one 4-0

Detroit Came Back to win Game two 8-1 behind HR from Willie Horton, Mickey Lolich, Norm Cash, But the cards took the First two games in Detroit 7-3 (Game 3) and 10-1(Game 4) and in Game Five feather one of the most Classic home plate collision in Baseballl histroy when Bill Freehan Crashed into St.louis Lou Brock in a home plate and Freehan was safe. that Fired up the Tigers as the spark as they won Game Five 5-3 and sweep the last two games in St.Louis winning 13-1 in Game Six and 4-1 in Game seven for at the time there three Champinship (they won the serirs in 84 as well) Detroit is on of six teams to win the World Series Down 3 games to one.(the Others were 1903 Red Sox, 1925 Pirates, 1958 Yankees, 1979 Pirates, and 1985 Royals.)

And Now it 1968 all over aging in 2006.

1 - October 21 at Detroit 8 pm
2 - October 22 at Detroit 8 pm
3 - October 24 at St. Louis 8:30 pm
4 - October 25 at St. Louis 8:30 pm
*5 - October 26 at St. Louis 8:30 pm
*6 - October 28 at Detroit 8 pm
*7 - October 29 at Detroit 8 pm
* - if necessary

All Games on FOX
Detroit - WJBK (Fox 2)
St. Louis - KTVI (Fox 2)

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