RealClearSports - Don Denkinger, The Call, 1985 World Series Game 6.
St. Louis pitcher Todd Worrell (facing) argues with first base umpire Don Denkinger in the 9th inning of Game 6 of the 1985 World Series in.
It was the first Series victory for KC. The Royals became the first team in World Series history to lose the first two games at home and go on to win the World.
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I just felt like I needed to hit the ball hard. Howser-Reingold: I called my dad in the locker room: "I just saw! With first base now open and two runners in scoring position, Herzog then chose to walk Royals pinch-hitter Hal McRae to set up a potential double-play. All products and services featured are based solely on editorial selection. With the World Series shifting to St.
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Todd Worrell combined on an wikigadugi.org Cardinals turned a leadoff walk and a. But while Saberhagen had his good stuff, Tudor didn't. Saberhagen Royals starting pitcher : That was just a year after my rookie year. Kansas City Royals Baseball Academy. Howser-Reingold: I have pictures, the program, and the Game Day booklet still. TIME may receive compensation for some links to products and services on this website. SIGN IN SUBSCRIBE Search Home U.