1982 World Series, Game 7: Brewers @ Cardinals


1982 World Series, Game 7: Brewers @ Cardinals
    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 the Milwaukee "Harvey's wallbangers" Brewers, St. Louis had won its first World Series title since the Bob Gibson-led 1967 squad.

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    1. Great game, great series. Much better game than that clown show they put on the field today. Rare are the days a closer will throw multiple innings, and Sutter and most other closers did it regularly.

    2. Brewers-Harvey's Wallbangers! Spring training Cecil Cooper playing left field accepted a tall can of Schlitz from my buddies and me in Palm Springs Ca. End of the inning he came over, stuck it in his jersey on the way back to the dugout. How cool was that!

    3. fue' una memorable Serie Mundial, wao ! como ha pasado el tiempo 36 años. Andujar se crecio' como un Gigante del Monticulo.. los cardenales ganaron gracias a Joaquin andujar se fajo' como un leon !

    4. ESE INTRO SE ME FIGURA QUE TELEVISA HARÁ LO MISMO QUE NBC SPORTS PARA LA COPA MUNDIAL DE LA FIFA 2042, PARA QUE SEA CASI DIFERENTE O IDÉNTICO A ESE INTRO; ESPERO QUE LA EMPRESA LO CONSIDERE ASÍ.

    5. Somehow, they've found a way to remove all graphics. Wow! Is it THAT serious? Copyright stuff? Talk about too far. Anyway. Ive always enjoyed how NBC Sports does its presentation.

    6. 1:35:00
      With men on second and third, no outs, and first base open,
      why didn't the Brewers leave Vuckovich in, intentionally walk Oberkfell,
      then bring in McClure to pitch to Hernandez?
      Why risk pitching without a force play?

    7. I met Pete Vukovich at Shea Stadium in 1979.
      He was doing warmups on the field, pregame.
      A sweaty, hairy, gentle giant, who was like a kid himself,
      and took time to interact with little kids.
      My hand disappeared when I shook his huge mitt.

    8. Heywood, slugging first baseman for the Yankees, here pitching in the World Series for the Brewers before finishing a close second to the Indians in 1988!

    9. Love, love, love the fact that the broadcasters didn't feel the need to talk every second. They just allowed the sights and sounds to speak for themselves.

    10. Umpires (Game 7)
      HP Lee Weyer (NL) (CC) (3)
      1B Bill Haller (AL) (4)
      2B John Kibler (NL)(3)
      3B Dave Phillips (AL) (2)
      LF Satch Davidson (NL) (2)
      RF Jim Evans (AL) (2)