Game 5 of the NLCS did not go quite as planned for the St. Louis Cardinals, though that should not have been much of a surprise as the game unfolded. The Redbirds now head back to San Francisco to face the Giants in Game 6 Sunday evening.
The 2012 Royals game night promotions are good, but they could be better.
More than overcoming the loss of Bob Gibson or Ray Washburn, three plays that ended three games that tell you all you need to know about the 1967 St. Louis Cardinals.
Everybody knows about Don Denkinger’s infamous bad call, but there have been many others. Here’s the story of one such call, and its impact on the 1968 World Series.
The Royals were on top of the world in 1985, but the franchise has gone nowhere but down since then. However, Matt Kelsey says the team could soon be reminding all of us that a world championship in Kansas City is within reach.
Since their loss in the ’85 Series, the Cardinals have faced a number of hurdles. But in 2006, the team reached the mountaintop once again, and now the Redbirds are perennial playoff contenders.
October 27, 1985: The Royals defeated the Cardinals 11-0 in Game 7 of the World Series.
A Cardinals fan’s perspective: It may very well be the most famous moment in I-70 history, but it is past time to forget all about “The Call.”
October 26, 1985: The Royals defeated the Cardinals 2-1 in Game 6 of the World Series.
A Royals fan’s perspective: The 1985 World Series is known for one play, but ‘The Call,’ and the I-70 Series, runs much deeper.