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1975 Rugby League World Cup. SeasonCincinnati Reds (4)Sparky AndersonBoston Red Sox (3)Darrell Johnson⁄MVPPete Rose (Cincinnati)Art Frantz (AL), Dick Stello (NL), George Maloney (AL), Satch Davidson (NL), Larry Barnett (AL), Nick Colosi (NL) Sparky Anderson (mgr.), Johnny Bench, Joe Morgan, Tony Pérez Carlton Fisk, Jim Rice (injured), Carl Yastrzemski.ALCSBoston Red Sox over Oakland A's (3–0)NLCSCincinnati Reds over Pittsburgh Pirates (3–0)BroadcastNBCCurt Gowdy (Games 1, 3, 5, 7), Joe Garagiola (Games 2, 4, 6), Dick Stockton (Games 1, 6), Ned Martin (Games 2, 7), Marty Brennaman (Games 3–5) and Tony KubekNBCJoe Garagiola (Games 1, 3, 5, 7), Curt Gowdy (Games 2, 4, 6), Marty Brennaman (Games 1–2, 6–7), Ned Martin (Games 3, 5–6) and Dick Stockton (Games 4, 7)1974 World Series 1976 → of Major League Baseball was played between the Boston Red Sox (AL) and Cincinnati Reds (NL). In 2003, it was ranked by ESPN as the second-greatest World Series ever played. Cincinnati won the series in seven games. Cincinnati Reds won the National League West division by 20 games over the Los Angeles Dodgers then defeated the Pittsburgh Pirates, three games to none, in the National League Championship Series. The Boston Red Sox won the American League East division by 4½ games over the Baltimore Orioles then defeated the three-time defending World Series champion Oakland A's, three games to none, in the American League Championship Series. 12-inning classic at Boston's Fenway Park. While there are many memorable moments from that game (among them Red Sox pinch hitter Bernie Carbo hitting a game-tying home run in the eighth; Reds reliever Will McEnaney pitching out of a bases loaded, no out jam in the bottom of the ninth; and Boston's Dwight Evans making a spectacular eleventh-inning catch to rob Joe Morgan of a go-ahead home run), it is remembered in Boston for the walk-off home run hit in the bottom of the twelfth by Carlton Fisk. Fisk's home run gave the Sox a 7–6 win to send the series to a deciding seventh game, which the "Big Red Machine" won to clinch the first of back-to-back World Series championships. Ed Armbrister in Game 3, Tony Pérez's home run off Bill Lee's blooper pitch in Game 7, and many other memorable events. New York Yankees, the Red Sox' archrival. The Yankees would win the next three pennants afterwards, and the last two World Series in that same run, as well as a memorable tiebreaker game against the Red Sox in 1978. This pennant drought was matched in 1992, and surpassed in 1993, with the Toronto Blue Jays (an expansion team that would debut two years after this Series) winning in both years. 1971, 1972, 1973, 1975) in which the winning team scored fewer runs overall. edit Cincinnati Reds (4) vs. AL Boston Red Sox (3) – 6 Fenway Park   – 3, Boston Red Sox – 2   – 6 (10 innings) Riverfront Stadium   – 5, Cincinnati Reds – 4   – 6   – 7 (12 innings)   – 4, Boston Red Sox – 3 : postponed from October 18 due to rain edit edit pm (ET) at Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts R H E WP: Luis Tiant (1–0)   LP: Don Gullett (0–1) Luis Tiant and Don Gullett were locked in a scoreless pitching duel until the seventh. Tiant, batting in this game for the first time all season (pitchers didn't bat in the American League due to the designated hitter rule), led off with a single. He later scored the Red Sox' first run on a single by Carl Yastrzemski. Then the floodgates opened: Reds reliever Clay Carroll walked Carlton Fisk to force in a run, Rico Petrocelli slapped a two-run single, Rick Burleson had an RBI single, and Cecil Cooper ended the scoring with a sacrifice fly. edit pm (ET) at R H E WP: Rawly Eastwick (1–0)   LP: Dick Drago (0–1) Bill Lee held the Reds to four hits and a run through eight innings, the Reds' run scoring in the fourth when Joe Morgan walked, went to third on a Johnny Bench single, and scored on a Tony Pérez forceout. Carlton Fisk and in the seventh on an RBI single by Petrocelli. Dave Concepción tied the game by singling in Bench and then stole second. With two outs, Ken Griffey doubled in Concepción with the go-ahead run. Rawly Eastwick retired the Sox in the ninth to get the victory and close the win. edit pm (ET) at Riverfront Stadium in Cincinnati, Ohio R H E WP: Rawly Eastwick (2–0)   LP: Jim Willoughby (0–1)Home runs:BOS: Carlton Fisk (1), Bernie Carbo (1), Dwight Evans (1)CIN: Johnny Bench (1), Dave Concepción (1), César Gerónimo (1) Carlton Fisk put the Sox on the board in the second with a homer off Reds starter Gary Nolan. The Reds countered by taking a 2–1 lead in the fourth when Tony Pérez walked and Johnny Bench hit a two-run shot off Sox starter Rick Wise. Dave Concepción and César Gerónimo hit back-to-back shots. Pete Rose followed with a one-out triple and scored on Joe Morgan's sacrifice fly to give the Reds a 5–1 lead. Pat Darcy issued consecutive walks to Carl Yastrzemski and Fisk, wild-pitched Fisk to third, and then gave up a sacrifice fly to Fred Lynn. In the seventh, Bernie Carbo closed the gap to 5–3 with a pinch-hit homer off Clay Carroll. Rawly Eastwick on the mound, the Reds looked poised to close the game out and take a 2–1 Series lead. But, Eastwick gave up a single to Rico Petrocelli and a tying two-run homer to Dwight Evans, sending the game into extra innings. Jim Willoughby. Manager Sparky Anderson then sent Ed Armbrister up to bat for Eastwick. Armbrister attempted a bunt that bounced high near the plate toward the first-base line. Armbrister hesitated before running, apparently thinking the ball would go foul, and Carlton Fisk appeared to collide with him as he was retrieving the ball. Fisk attempted to fire to second to force out Geronimo, but his throw sailed high over shortstop Rick Burleson. As Geronimo went to third and Armbrister pulled into second, a brouhaha ensued, with Fisk and Sox manager Darrell Johnson arguing that Armbrister should have been ruled out for interference. Umpire Larry Barnett ruled otherwise, however. Now, the Reds had the winning run on third with no outs. Pete Rose to load the bases and set up a force play situation. Johnson then brought in left-hander Roger Moret, and Anderson countered by pinch-hitting Merv Rettenmund for Ken Griffey. Rettenmund struck out, but Joe Morgan knocked in Geronimo with the winning run by hitting a deep fly to center over a drawn in outfield. edit pm (ET) at R H E WP: Luis Tiant (2–0)   LP: Fred Norman (0–1) Luis Tiant would pitch his second complete game win of the Series. More importantly, this win would force the Reds to have to win at least one of two games at Fenway Park to win the Series. Ken Griffey and Johnny Bench. The Sox, however, would get all the runs they needed in the fourth. Dwight Evans tied the game with a two-run triple, then Rick Burleson put the Sox ahead by doubling in Evans off Reds starter Fred Norman. Tiant, continuing his surprising hitting, singled Burleson to third. Burleson then scored on a Tony Pérez error on a ball hit by Juan Beníquez, while Tiant went to second. Carl Yastrzemski drove in Tiant with a single for what would turn out to be the winning run. Dave Concepción and an RBI triple by César Gerónimo, but that was it as Tiant gutted it out the rest of the game. The Reds had a shot at winning the game in the bottom of the ninth when, with two on and one out, Ken Griffey sent a deep drive into left-center that Fred Lynn made an over the shoulder catch of. Joe Morgan then popped out to first on Tiant's 163rd pitch of the game. edit pm (ET) at R H E WP: Don Gullett (1–1)   LP: Reggie Cleveland (0–1)   Sv: Rawly Eastwick (1)Home runs:BOS: NoneCIN: Tony Pérez 2 (2) Tony Pérez picked the right time to shake a batting slump. Pérez, who had no hits in the Series up to this point, rectified that by slamming two home runs and driving in four runs off Sox starter Reggie Cleveland. Pete Rose contributed an RBI double and Dave Concepción a sacrifice fly for the other Reds runs as Don Gullett pitched eight strong innings and won with relief help from Rawly Eastwick in the ninth. edit pm (ET) at R H E WP: Rick Wise (1–0)   LP: Pat Darcy (0–1)Home runs:CIN: César Gerónimo (2)BOS: Fred Lynn (1), Bernie Carbo (2), Carlton Fisk (2) Darrell Johnson now had the luxury of both of his best starters, Luis Tiant and Bill Lee, available for Games 6 and 7 at home to try to stave off the Reds. Fred Lynn opened the scoring in the first with a two-out, three-run homer off Reds starter Gary Nolan. Meanwhile, the fresh Tiant breezed through the first four innings, holding the Reds to all zeros. Ken Griffey sent a drive to deep center that Lynn almost made a spectacular leaping catch on against the wall. Lynn would suffer a rib injury, but would continue the game. Lynn told moderator Bob Costas during MLB Network's "Top 20 games in the last 50 years" that, for a short time, he was barely conscious and couldn't feel his legs. Both runs scored as Griffey ended up with a triple. Johnny Bench singled Griffey home to tie the game at 3–3. George Foster put the Reds ahead with a two-run double and, in the top of the eighth, César Gerónimo hit a homer to chase Tiant and give the Reds a 6–3 lead. Pedro Borbón was on the mound, with Rawly Eastwick warming up in the Reds' bullpen. Borbon gave up a single to Fred Lynn, and then walked Rico Petrocelli. Eastwick was brought in to pitch, and proceeded to strike out Dwight Evans and retire Rick Burleson on a line-out to left. Eastwick looked on his way out of the inning. Bernie Carbo, a former first-round pick of the Reds, who had a pinch-hit home run in Game 3, was called on to bat for Roger Moret. Sparky Anderson was on the top step of the dugout, ready to call in left-hander Will McEnaney to pitch to the left-hand hitting Carbo. Anderson said later that he was concerned that the Sox would call on Juan Beníquez to pinch hit for Carbo if he made the move. Pete Rose, "Hey, Pete…don't you wish you were that strong?" To which Rose replied, "This is fun." Carbo admitted in an interview with ESPN in 2010 that he was stoned on drugs and alcohol during this at-bat as well as in Game 7. Denny Doyle walked and went to third on a Carl Yastrzemski single. McEnaney then intentionally walked Carlton Fisk to load the bases to face the left-handed hitting Lynn. Lynn flied out on a short fly ball to Foster in foul territory in left, and Foster gunned down Doyle, who tagged up and attempted to score. McEnaney then retired Petrocelli, ending the jam. Doyle would later claim that, when he tagged at third, he thought he heard Sox third-base coach Don Zimmer yelling "Go, go, go!", when, in reality, Zimmer was screaming, "No! No! No!". Ken Griffey on first, Joe Morgan hit a deep drive to right off Dick Drago that looked to be headed over the fence. Evans, however, made a spectacular catch near the visitors bullpen in deep right to rob Morgan and double Griffey off first. Tony Pérez and Foster slammed one-out singles off Rick Wise, but Wise retired Dave Concepción on a fly to right and struck out Geronimo. Pat Darcy, the eighth pitcher that Reds manager Sparky Anderson used. Fisk took Darcy's second pitch and lifted a high drive down the left-field line. The ball struck the foul pole well above the Green Monster. In what has now become an iconic baseball film highlight, the NBC left-field game camera caught Fisk wildly waving his arms to his right after hitting the ball and watching its path while drifting down the first base line, as if he was trying to coax the ball to "stay fair". The ball indeed stayed fair and the Red Sox had tied the Series. (According to the NBC cameraman Lou Gerard, located inside the left field wall scoreboard, cameramen at the time were instructed to follow the flight of the ball. Instead, Gerard was distracted by a rat nearby, thus he lost track of the baseball and instead decided to capture the image of Fisk "magically" waving the ball fair.) The game was ranked Number 1 in MLB Network's . As of 2017, this is the last World Series game the Reds have lost. edit pm (ET) at R H E WP: Clay Carroll (1–0)   LP: Jim Burton (0–1)   Sv: Will McEnaney (1)Home runs:CIN: Tony Pérez (3)BOS: None Don Gullett started having control problems in the third inning. After giving up an RBI single to Carl Yastrzemski, Gullett walked Carlton Fisk to load the bases. He then walked Rico Petrocelli and Dwight Evans to force in two more runs. However, that would be the only Sox scoring of the game. Bill Lee shut out the Reds through five innings, but, in the sixth with a man on, he threw a slow, lobbing pitch (his famous "Space ball" or "Leephus pitch", an Eephus pitch) to Tony Pérez. Pérez patiently waited, blasting it high over the Green Monster for a two-run home run, his third HR in three Series games. The score was then 3–2, Red Sox. Ken Griffey walked, stole second, and scored on a two-out single by Pete Rose. César Gerónimo, and went to third on a groundout. Sox pitcher Jim Burton then walked Rose to set up a forceout, but then gave up a bloop single to Joe Morgan to score Griffey with the go-ahead and Series-winning run. In the ninth, Will McEnaney retired the Sox in order – last-chance batter Carl Yastrzemski flying out to center – to end a thrilling World Series. edit Cincinnati Reds (N.L.) over Boston Red Sox (A.L.) R H E Cincinnati Reds Boston Red Sox  308,272    44,039 $19,060    $13,326 edit edit edit edit edit edit edit Reggie Cleveland 3 6.75 0–1 0 0 6.2 7 5 3 5 | 13–9 171 4.43 1.32 78 Jim Willoughby 3 0.00 0–1 0 0 6.1 3 0 0 2 | 5–2 48 3.54 1.28 29 8 Rick Wise 2 8.44 1–0 0 0 5.1 6 5 2 2 | 19–12 255 3.95 1.31 141 Dick Drago 2 2.25 0–1 0 0 4.0 3 1 1 1 | 2–2 73 3.84 1.38 43 15 *Roger Moret 3 0.00 0–0 0 0 1.2 2 0 3 1 | 14–3 145 3.60 1.43 80 1 Diego Seguí 1 0.00 0–0 0 0 1.0 0 0 0 0 | 2–5 71 4.82 1.61 45 6 *Jim Burton 2 9.00 0–1 0 0 1.0 1 1 3 0 | 1–2 53 2.89 1.45 39 1 Dick Pole 1 inf 0–0 0 0 0.0 0 1 2 0 | 4–6 90 4.42 1.49 42 +-------------------+-+-----+---+--+--+----+--+--+--+---+------+----+-----+-----+---+--+ Total 3.86 3–4 0 2 65.1 59 28 25 30 | 95–64 1426 3.98 1.360 717 31 edit NBC broadcast the Series on television and radio, with Curt Gowdy and Joe Garagiola alternating play-by-play on both media along with team announcers Dick Stockton and Ned Martin (Red Sox) and Marty Brennaman (Reds). Tony Kubek provided color commentary on the telecasts. 1957. CBS Radio would become the exclusive national radio network for MLB beginning the following season. CBS, Fox, and TNT. wipe old broadcasts to save money and space. All subsequent World Series broadcasts since this one also have had all their games preserved. edit ESPN: WORLD SERIES 100th ANNIVERSARY "1975 World Series Game 1 – Cincinnati Reds vs. Boston Red Sox". Retrosheet 2009. "1975 World Series Game 2 – Cincinnati Reds vs. Boston Red Sox". Retrosheet 2009. "1975 World Series Game 3 – Boston Red Sox vs. Cincinnati Reds". Retrosheet 2009. "1975 World Series Game 4 – Boston Red Sox vs. Cincinnati Reds". Retrosheet 2009. "1975 World Series Game 5 – Boston Red Sox vs. Cincinnati Reds". Retrosheet 2009. "1975 World Series Game 6 – Cincinnati Reds vs. Boston Red Sox". Retrosheet 2009. "1975 World Series Game 7 – Cincinnati Reds vs. Boston Red Sox". Retrosheet 2009. "MLB's 20 Greatest Games". MLB 2012. 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شفافیت بودجه در ایران تحسین برانگیز است
Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970

خبرگزاری دانشجو-2 دقيقه پيش

بنا نیست، همه دستاوردهای نظامی را رونمایی کنیم
Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970

خبرگزاری برنا-6 دقيقه پيش

"توتال" جلوی آمریکا سر خم کرد!
Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970

افکار نیوز-8 دقيقه پيش

سخنان دکتر ظریف منافع برخی را به خطر انداخته است/ هدف برخی تنها فرافکنی است
Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970

خبرگزاری برنا-11 دقيقه پيش

خبر فوری/ تکذیب تغییر چهار وزیر کابینه
Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970

نامه نیوز-12 دقيقه پيش

زیدان تبعیض قائل می شد!
Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970

ورزش 11-2 دقيقه پيش

نمازی: قرار نیست من از هدایت ذوب آهن برکنار بشوم
Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970

ورزش 11-3 دقيقه پيش

دعوت از مربیان لیگ برتری برای تماشای دیدار ایران - ترینیداد
Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970

خبرگزاری مهر-5 دقيقه پيش

مدیر تیم فوتبال ذوب‌آهن: سرمربی جدید تا فردا صبح معرفی می‌شود/ نمازی هم جزو گزینه‌هاست!
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