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10-4-20 They say bad things happen in threes. This week we lost another Hall of Famer, Bob Gibson. He is the third baseball great to pass away recently. Bob Gibson was perhaps the most intimidating pitcher in baseball history. He owned the plate and he let you know it. He was one of the main reasons the pitching mound was lowered when he had he awesome season in 1968. He did more than pitch though. He was a fantastic athlete. He hit .300 one season. He also played a season with the Harlem Globetrotters. Now that is an athlete. Here is a nice tribute from MLB, "MLB remembers Hall of Famer and legend Bob Gibson".


10-11-20 What is going on. This week we lost another baseball legend, Hall of Famer Whitey Ford. One of the best left handed pitchers of all time he was nick named the Chairman of the Board. He was the go to pitcher for the Yankee's during the glory days run and usually started all the big games. He won over 260 games in his career including 10 World Series games. I hope this string of Hall of Famers passing ends soon. It is a sad time for the game. This is from the MLB network, "We mourn the passing of Whitey Ford, Hall of Famer Whitey Ford Dies at age 91, RIP Whitey." Unfortunately there are several commercials which you can skip when they pop up.


10-18-20 What, another Hall of Fame player has passed on! This week we lost Joe Morgan. Joe was Jose Altuve and Dustin Pedrioa before they figured they liked baseball. At 5' 7" Morgan could hit,hit with power, run, and field. He was back to back MVP during the Big Red Machine years. All the members of the great Red teams said that Morgan is the guy that made the team go. After his playing career he had a great career as an announcer both locally and nationally on ESPN. RIP Joe Morgan. Here is a nice segment from the MLB network, "Remembering Joe Morgan".


10-25-20 Thank goodness no Hall of Fame player passed this week that I know of. What a sad time for baseball. Well back to the World Series. I have 3 season left on my list. Here is the 1980 World Series between the Kansas City Royals and the Philadelphia Phillies. The Royals feature George Brett, Frank White, Willie Wilson, Hall McRae and Dan Quisenberry. The Phillies have Mike Schmidt, Larry Bowa, Pete Rose, Bob Boone and Steve Carlton. The Phillies are attempting to win their first World Series, Can they do it. Here is the "1980 World Series, Game 6: Royals @ Phillies".


11-1-20 We move our World Series tour to 2001. This year the New York Yankees are facing the Arizona Diamondbacks. The Yankees have a loaded lineup with Derek Jeter, Paul Oniell, Bernie Williams Tino Martinez and Jorge Posada. On the mound the start Roger Clemens. The Diamondbacks are not quite as well known as the Yankees. They feature Tony Womack, Luis Gonzalez, Matt Williams and Steve Finley. On the mound they start Curt Shilling. Schilling and Clemens will not finish the game though. At the end we see Randy Johnson for Arizona and Mariano Rivera for the Yankees. Its a close game, who will win. I hope you enjoy the "2001 World Series, Game 7: Yankees @ Diamondbacks".


11-8-20 I've shown a bunch of World Series and I think I have exhausted the available seasons with full game videos. I have one more, 2002. It's an all California battle, the California Angles versus the San Francisco Giants. For game 7 the Angels start a rookie pitcher, John Lackey. Their lineup features Darin Erstad, Tony Glaus and Tim Salmon. The Giants are starting Livan Hernandez on the mound. Their lineup features Jeff Kent, Barry Bonds and JT Snow. Check out "the 2002 World Series Game 7, Giants at Angels".