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World Series / McLain / Gibson #16

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 01, 1968
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(Studio) World Series begins in Saint Louis Weds. between Saint Louis Cardinals and Detroit Tigers.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(No Locations Given) pitchers, Tiger Denny McLain and Cardinal Bob Gibson to dominate series. McLain shown playing organ and pitching. Won 31 games in season. McLain says they'll win but never pitched in series and they lost 3 times to 2nd place Baltimore. Gibson translates rage of racism into his pitching. Film shows him in 1967 series. Played in 2 world series; most valuable player in both. Cosell favors Gibson and Cardinals to win in 6 games.
REPORTER: Howard Cosell

Cosell, Howard;
Reynolds, Frank

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