World Series of Poker

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  1. Pete Rose in his prime wow.

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  2. Gullet would have been gr8 but injuries took his career.

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  3. These guys were making $40-50k a year. Today it's $20-30m it's not stupid 💰, it's disturbing.

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  4. Imagine this team having a gr8 owner like Stienbrenner. Would have won 5 titles.

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  5. Great World Series, so nice to be able to see again, brings back many fond memories

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  6. It's the World Series but there are some empty seats in that stadium …

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  7. Check out the baseball psychology by Joe Morgan to get the walk at 33:10, excellent!

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  8. I cannot undertand how.the As did it 3
    Times

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  9. Gullett wastes so much of his pitching motion.

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  10. Curt Gowdy,, loved the sound of his voice.

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  11. Gino Tennaci  even takes Don Gullet deep

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  12. My favorite World Series after the '75 Classic.

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  13. Blue could bring the heat, he fastball was called the Blue Blazer.

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  14. Gullet fastball pitcher a's fastball hitting team no reggie in this one

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  15. M.L.B. season later (1973), Angel Mangual's A's team would square off against Mets team which his brother Jose ("Pepe") Mangual would play for just few seasons later (1976/7). Jose ("Pepe") Mangual also played with then-Mtl. Expos (current Wash. National franchise) in mid-1970s before being traded to Mets during 1976 M.L.B. season along with Jimmy Dwyer for Del Unser/R.W. Garrett

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  16. The crippler was Oakland's Angel Manqual's walk-off basehit scoring Gene Tenace and when that happened – LIGHTS OUT FOR THE BIG RED MACHINE FOR GOOD IN GAME 4!

    And Finley's stadium fireworks detonated as the A's moved up to a 3-1 lead in the 1972 series as they won Game 4 over the Reds 3-2.

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  17. Loved Gullett's "no-nonsense" approach to delivering the ball to the plate. Especially liked how he sped up his motion mid-delivery; appearing to throw his entire body at the batter. Doesn't get any simpler & more purposeful than that. I miss this approach to pitching in today's game.

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  18. This is as good as it gets, from the '70's nostalgia to the uniforms to all the great players

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  19. There were 6 one-run games in this World Series. The Reds won game 3 (1-0), game 5 (5-4)… and the A's won game 1 (3-2), game 2 (2-1), game 4 (3-2), and game 7 yep you guessed it… (3-2). The only game not decided by one run was game 6 won by the Reds (8-1). The A's were outscored 21-16 in the series, hit 5 home runs of which 4 were by Gene Tenace, stole only 1 base, and batted just .209… but still won the World Series.

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  20. Sign in the stands says "The Reds are Downers." The 70s sure was a different time.

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  21. Bando played the day after getting hit in the head with the left side of his head swollen badly during the season? What were they thinking? Another hit might have killed him.

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  22. The Reds blew this game and this series. Outmanaged. No other Oakland player had more than 1 RBI except for Gene Tenace. After Game 4, the Reds shouldn't have pitched to him in any key situation. Tolan's 2-out, 2-run double in the 8th inning in this game would have been the biggest hit of the series for the Reds had the bullpen not blown the lead, its only blown save of the series. Unfortunately in Game 7, Tolan's first-inning error and another fielding blunder helped decide the series.

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  23. Ken holtzman…gteatest clutch pitcher since koufax. ..

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  24. Screw the eastern so called establishment

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  25. The oakland crowd is going crazy? Hmmm i thought california teams had ' no passion'

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  26. Amazing A,s whatta Team of the Decade !!!!!!!

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  27. Umpires (Game 4)
    HP Frank Umont (AL)
    1B Bob Engel (NL)
    2B Bill Haller (AL)
    3B Chris Pelekoudas (NL) (CC)
    LF Jim Honochick (AL)
    RF Mel Steiner (NL)

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  28. Curt Gowdy (PBP) Monte Moore/Tony Kubek (C)

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