the 1967 World Series, you’ll see the oldest
existing actual TV broadcast footage of the Boston Red Sox!
Shown is a 29-minute B & W partial telecast of the Red Sox
vs California Angels game of August 19, 1967 (Jose Santiago
vs Rick Clark) as seen on NBC’s Saturday afternoon TV
Baseball “Game-Of-The-Week” with Curt Gowdy, Pee
Wee Reese and the recently retired Sandy Koufax doing the play-by-play!
As a bonus, we have also added over half an hour of live TV
broadcast footage of the 1968 Cardinals Winter Caravan stop
at Ft. Smith, Arkansas with Harry Caray as MC of the luncheon!
You’ll hear from manager Red Schoendienst, Stan Musial
and players Joe Hoerner, Ron Willis, Larry Jaster and Phil Gagliano!
1 at Fenway Park: Bob Gibson vs Jose Santiago –
Gibson’s 6-hitter and the aggressive base running of speedster
Lou Brock are the difference in a close 2-1 St. Louis victory.
Roger Maris drives in both runs for the Redbirds, Brock scoring
twice. Home run: Santiago.
2 at Fenway Park: Jim Lonborg vs Dick Hughes –
Red Sox ace Jim Lonborg completely dominates the Cardinals,
tossing a 1-hitter on his way to a 5-0 victory! A.L. Triple
Crown winner Carl Yastrzemski smashes 2 HR’s!
3 at Busch Stadium: Nelson Briles vs Gary Bell –
Briles tosses a 7-hit 5-2 complete game victory, as the Cardinal
offensive pressure resumes in game 3. Brock, Flood and Maris
are the hitting stars of the game. Home runs: Mike Shannon and
4 at Busch Stadium: Bob Gibson vs Jose Santiago –
This time, Gibson is even better than in the first game, as
he gives up only 5 hits in a 6-0 St. Louis win. The Cardinals
score 4 in the first inning and two in the third, as Roger Maris
continues to be the RBI leader of the series.
5 at Busch Stadium: Jim Lonborg vs Steve Carlton –
Lonborg again holds the Cardinal bats in check, pitching a 3-hit,
3-1 complete game victory. Maris wrecks Lonborg’s shutout
in the 9th with a home run.
6 at Fenway Park: Gary Waslewski vs Dick Hughes –
Back in Boston the Red Sox explode with four homers, including
two by Rico Petrocelli, and defeat St. Louis 8-4. Other HR’s
are by Yastrzemski, Reggie Smith and Brock.
7 at Fenway Park: Bob Gibson vs Jim Lonborg –
In this classic 7th game matchup of the two top pitchers of
the year Gibson is stronger, as the Cardinals score all 7 runs
in four innings off a tired Lonborg, who is pitching with only
2 days rest. Gibby tosses three-hitter and belts HR to boot,
as the Cardinals become World Champions! His 3 complete-game
victories tie a record! Maris is tops with 7 RBI and hits .385,
while Brock leads all batters with .414! Until this final game
Lonborg has been brilliant, with two complete game wins in the
series. Yaz bats .400 with 5 RBI and hits 3 HR’s for the
You can get your own DVD
of this World Series, including bonus footage, for only $29.95
plus $4.00 for shipping and handling (Illinois residents must
add $2.00 sales tax).