LOOKING AT CARDS-DET REPEAT OF 68 SERIES

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Posted: 10/13/2012 8:01:12 AM

AND MAYBE LOU BROCK WILL SLIDE GOING TO HOME INSTEAD OF STANDING UP AND GETTING CALLED OUT AT HOME AND COSTING THE CARDS THE 68 SERIES.I STILL THINK HE WAS SAFE.

CARDS WIN SERIES IN 7 OVER DET

YANKS CANT HIT AND NEITHER CAN SAN FRAN

BOL TO ALL,JUST MY 2 CENTS

BEER IS GREAT

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Posted: 10/13/2012 8:32:59 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by DOVJAK:

AND MAYBE LOU BROCK WILL SLIDE GOING TO HOME INSTEAD OF STANDING UP AND GETTING CALLED OUT AT HOME AND COSTING THE CARDS THE 68 SERIES.I STILL THINK HE WAS SAFE.

CARDS WIN SERIES IN 7 OVER DET

YANKS CANT HIT AND NEITHER CAN SAN FRAN

BOL TO ALL,JUST MY 2 CENTS

BEER IS GREAT

Would love to see a repeat of that series.  Lolich winning 3 games in one series after McLain's 30 win season.  Old time ball at its best.

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Posted: 10/13/2012 8:43:12 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by DOVJAK:

BEER IS GREAT

Only line you wrote that made any sense. BOL
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Posted: 10/13/2012 11:17:44 AM
Denny McLain, thirty game winner but the star was I forget.  Was Al Kaline in this one?  Cards were defending world champs beating Redsox the year before.  They had Bob Gibson.
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Posted: 10/13/2012 11:50:01 AM
It would be nice to see that. Shows my age I remember that, being a little kid and a cardinal fan .......exciting and with the players these 2 teams have it's very possible.
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Posted: 10/13/2012 12:23:53 PM
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Posted: 10/13/2012 1:09:22 PM
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Originally Posted by 11spread11:

It would be nice to see that. Shows my age I remember that, being a little kid and a cardinal fan .......exciting and with the players these 2 teams have it's very possible.

YES IT WOULD,AND OUR AGE IS SHOWING

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Posted: 10/13/2012 1:10:16 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by lookingtowin:

Would love to see a repeat of that series.  Lolich winning 3 games in one series after McLain's 30 win season.  Old time ball at its best.

 OLD TIME BALL AT ITS BEST IS RT

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Posted: 10/13/2012 1:10:50 PM
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Only line you wrote that made any sense. BOL

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Posted: 10/13/2012 1:15:29 PM
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Originally Posted by ShadowWarrior:

Denny McLain, thirty game winner but the star was I forget.  Was Al Kaline in this one?  Cards were defending world champs beating Redsox the year before.  They had Bob Gibson.

I LOVED BB THEN AND I STILL LOVE IT!!!!

GIBSON IS MY ALL TIME FAV,ALONG WITH LOU BROCK,ROGER MARIS,STAN THE MAN,WILLIE,MICKY,BROOKS,FRANK HOWARD,PETE,YOGI,WHITY,HAMMERING HANK,ERNIE BANKS,JUAN M,WILLIE STARGILE,ROBERTO C,SANDY K AND DON D,TO NAME A FEW,TED W,CARL YAZ.FELLER TOO

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Posted: 10/13/2012 1:18:47 PM
Lolich, yeah that is the name that escaped me.  Listen I was in Minneapolis the year before attending college, the year the Twins had a one game lead with 2 games to play.  They had Dean Chance and Jim Kaat pitching those last two games.  They had Tony Oliva, rookie Rod Carew, Harmon Killebrew, etc. and they lost both games.  At least got to see Mickey Mantle play in the old Met, believe Billy Martin was a base coach.  Time goes on.
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Posted: 10/13/2012 1:21:54 PM
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Posted: 10/13/2012 1:35:59 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by DOVJAK:

I LOVED BB THEN AND I STILL LOVE IT!!!!

GIBSON IS MY ALL TIME FAV,ALONG WITH LOU BROCK,ROGER MARIS,STAN THE MAN,WILLIE,MICKY,BROOKS,FRANK HOWARD,PETE,YOGI,WHITY,HAMMERING HANK,ERNIE BANKS,JUAN M,WILLIE STARGILE,ROBERTO C,SANDY K AND DON D,TO NAME A FEW,TED W,CARL YAZ.FELLER TOO

Back when the World Series was played in the daytime and i had to play hooky to watch.  Love and miss those days.

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Posted: 10/13/2012 1:40:34 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by DOVJAK:

I LOVED BB THEN AND I STILL LOVE IT!!!!

GIBSON IS MY ALL TIME FAV,ALONG WITH LOU BROCK,ROGER MARIS,STAN THE MAN,WILLIE,MICKY,BROOKS,FRANK HOWARD,PETE,YOGI,WHITY,HAMMERING HANK,ERNIE BANKS,JUAN M,WILLIE STARGILE,ROBERTO C,SANDY K AND DON D,TO NAME A FEW,TED W,CARL YAZ.FELLER TOO

You know what's really cool? when you can just give the first name of a bunch of guys and everyone knows who you mean. Mickey, Willie, Stan, Ted, etc., that's really cool. And for you guys that think you are old, I can still remember Larsen's perfect game. Played hooky that day if I remember right, but the nun's in my parochial elementary school weren't too shook up. Heck, they had radios in the classrooms for the World Series and the nun's all declared a "silent study period". Those were the days.

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Posted: 10/13/2012 1:46:36 PM
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You know what's really cool? when you can just give the first name of a bunch of guys and everyone knows who you mean. Mickey, Willie, Stan, Ted, etc., that's really cool. And for you guys that think you are old, I can still remember Larsen's perfect game. Played hooky that day if I remember right, but the nun's in my parochial elementary school weren't too shook up. Heck, they had radios in the classrooms for the World Series and the nun's all declared a "silent study period". Those were the days.

I definetly played hooky that day when Larsen pitched the perfect game.  Man i am old but not to old to still love this game.  And people call this the most boringest sport alive they obviously don't understand it.

 

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Posted: 10/13/2012 2:04:48 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by lookingtowin:

I definetly played hooky that day when Larsen pitched the perfect game.  Man i am old but not to old to still love this game.  And people call this the most boringest sport alive they obviously don't understand it.

 

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Posted: 10/13/2012 2:09:46 PM
more like an 06' repeat world series! Verlander MVP Tigers get the TITLE this time
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Posted: 10/13/2012 2:13:31 PM
I am not as old as you old timers but I have a deep appreciation for the history of the game. Hearing stories of the past greats being passed down is one of things I really love in life. I have the Ernie Harwell CD collection he made a year or so before he passed and it is something I listen to on every long rode trip I take. 
My Grandfather before he passed, and my father still to this day, talked of that 68 Series like it was the greatest event ever. I watched Game 5 on the MLB archives a couple years ago, Brock was out in this Tigers fans eyes. I was at game 5 of the 84 series as a 9 year old kid and can still see Gibby rounding the bases after that homer off Gossage. It was a magical moment and probably cemented my love of this great sport. I don't care who they play, I just want to see them get a ring for us and Mike Illitch, the best owner in professional sports.
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Posted: 10/13/2012 2:14:59 PM
Larsen's perfect game?  And all this time I thought you were a young, hot shot techie Key!  Lol!  I think Yogi was the catcher, because I remember a pic of him jumping into Larsen's arms.  Nostalgia is great cause the world has changed so much like 9-11, never thought these things could happen but they did. May Roberto and Mick and Roger all be in baseball heaven.
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Posted: 10/13/2012 2:26:49 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by Tigermike1975:

I am not as old as you old timers but I have a deep appreciation for the history of the game. Hearing stories of the past greats being passed down is one of things I really love in life. I have the Ernie Harwell CD collection he made a year or so before he passed and it is something I listen to on every long rode trip I take. 
My Grandfather before he passed, and my father still to this day, talked of that 68 Series like it was the greatest event ever. I watched Game 5 on the MLB archives a couple years ago, Brock was out in this Tigers fans eyes. I was at game 5 of the 84 series as a 9 year old kid and can still see Gibby rounding the bases after that homer off Gossage. It was a magical moment and probably cemented my love of this great sport. I don't care who they play, I just want to see them get a ring for us and Mike Illitch, the best owner in professional sports.

Not sure we need his bagage but Josh Hamilton is trying the free agent waters and Mr Illitch will have him.  So then we have VM coming back Josh Hamilton what are we going to do with all this talent.

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Posted: 10/13/2012 2:53:13 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by Tigermike1975:

" Baseball was, is and always will be to me the best sport in the world."
- Babe Ruth

I have a thread going for all tiger fans drop in lets discuss this up coming series and hopefully the world series.

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Posted: 10/13/2012 6:06:24 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by lookingtowin:

Back when the World Series was played in the daytime and i had to play hooky to watch.  Love and miss those days.

the teachers would wheel the old black and white tv in the cafe and they would let all of us watch some of the game.

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Posted: 10/13/2012 6:07:11 PM
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I believe you are looking the right way 

REALLY HOPE SO

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Posted: 10/13/2012 6:08:14 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by KeyElement:

You know what's really cool? when you can just give the first name of a bunch of guys and everyone knows who you mean. Mickey, Willie, Stan, Ted, etc., that's really cool. And for you guys that think you are old, I can still remember Larsen's perfect game. Played hooky that day if I remember right, but the nun's in my parochial elementary school weren't too shook up. Heck, they had radios in the classrooms for the World Series and the nun's all declared a "silent study period". Those were the days.

LOVE IT
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Posted: 10/13/2012 6:09:37 PM
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Larsen's perfect game?  And all this time I thought you were a young, hot shot techie Key!  Lol!  I think Yogi was the catcher, because I remember a pic of him jumping into Larsen's arms.  Nostalgia is great cause the world has changed so much like 9-11, never thought these things could happen but they did. May Roberto and Mick and Roger all be in baseball heaven.

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