1984 World Series (1984)

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 Himself - Play-by-Play Announcer (5 episodes, 1984)
Joe Garagiola ...
 Himself - Color Commentator (5 episodes, 1984)
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 Himself - Field Reporter / ... (5 episodes, 1984)
Len Berman ...
 Himself - Field Reporter / ... (5 episodes, 1984)
Sparky Anderson ...
 Himself - Detroit Tigers Manager (5 episodes, 1984)
Dave Bergman ...
 Himself - Detroit Tigers First Baseman / ... (5 episodes, 1984)
Kurt Bevacqua ...
 Himself - San Diego Padres Designated Hitter (5 episodes, 1984)
Bobby Brown ...
 Himself - San Diego Padres Center Fielder / ... (5 episodes, 1984)
Darrell Evans ...
 Himself - Detroit Tigers First Baseman / ... (5 episodes, 1984)
Steve Garvey ...
 Himself - San Diego Padres First Baseman (5 episodes, 1984)
Kirk Gibson ...
 Himself - Detroit Tigers Right Fielder (5 episodes, 1984)
Tony Gwynn ...
 Himself - San Diego Padres Right Fielder (5 episodes, 1984)
Larry Herndon ...
 Himself - Detroit Tigers Left Fielder / ... (5 episodes, 1984)
Terry Kennedy ...
 Himself - San Diego Padres Catcher (5 episodes, 1984)
Chet Lemon ...
 Himself - Detroit Tigers Center Fielder (5 episodes, 1984)
Carmelo Martinez ...
 Himself - San Diego Padres Left Fielder (5 episodes, 1984)
Graig Nettles ...
 Himself - San Diego Padres Third Baseman (5 episodes, 1984)
Lance Parrish ...
 Himself - Detroit Tigers Catcher (5 episodes, 1984)
Garry Templeton ...
 Himself - San Diego Padres Shortstop (5 episodes, 1984)
Alan Trammell ...
 Himself - Detroit Tigers Shortstop (5 episodes, 1984)
Lou Whitaker ...
 Himself - Detroit Tigers Second Baseman (5 episodes, 1984)
Alan Wiggins ...
 Himself - San Diego Padres Second Baseman (5 episodes, 1984)
Dick Williams ...
 Himself - San Diego Padres Manager (5 episodes, 1984)
Barbaro Garbey ...
 Himself - Detroit Tigers Designated Hitter / ... (4 episodes, 1984)
Johnny Grubb ...
 Himself - Detroit Tigers Designated Hitter / ... (4 episodes, 1984)
Luis Salazar ...
 Himself - San Diego Padres Pinch Runner / ... (4 episodes, 1984)
Tom Brookens ...
 Himself - Detroit Tigers Pinch Hitter / ... (3 episodes, 1984)
Marty Castillo ...
 Himself - Detroit Tigers Third Baseman / ... (3 episodes, 1984)
Andy Hawkins ...
 Himself - San Diego Padres Pitcher (3 episodes, 1984)
Willie Hernandez ...
 Himself - Detroit Tigers Pitcher (3 episodes, 1984)
Craig Lefferts ...
 Himself - San Diego Padres Pitcher (3 episodes, 1984)
Bill Scherrer ...
 Himself - Detroit Tigers Pitcher (3 episodes, 1984)
Dave Dravecky ...
 Himself - San Diego Padres Pitcher (2 episodes, 1984)
Goose Gossage ...
 Himself - San Diego Padres Pitcher (2 episodes, 1984)
Ruppert Jones ...
 Himself - Detroit Tigers Left Fielder (2 episodes, 1984)
Rusty Kuntz ...
 Himself - Detroit Tigers Pinch Hitter (2 episodes, 1984)
Aurelio Lopez ...
 Himself - Detroit Tigers Pitcher (2 episodes, 1984)
Jack Morris ...
 Himself - Detroit Tigers Pitcher (2 episodes, 1984)
Dan Petry ...
 Himself - Detroit Tigers Pitcher (2 episodes, 1984)
Ron Roenicke ...
 Himself - San Diego Padres Left Fielder / ... (2 episodes, 1984)
Mark Thurmond ...
 Himself - San Diego Padres Pitcher (2 episodes, 1984)
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Detroit Tigers (4) vs. San Diego Padres (1)
15 March 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The 1984 World Series put the American League champion Detroit Tigers against the National League champion San Diego Padres. The Tigers won the World Series, 4 games to 1. The Detroit Tigers were the overwhelming favorite, managed by the great Sparky Anderson and lead on the field by short-stop and World Series Most Valuable Player (MVP) Alan Trammell and the great Kirk Gibson in the outfield. The Tigers pitchers were lead by 19-game winner Jack Morris, 18-game winner Dan Petry, 17-game winner Milt Wilcox, and reliever Aurelio Lopez. Far from a blowout, the San Diego Padres remained close in all five games. The Padres were managed by Dick Williams and lead on the field by the great Tony Gwynn in right field, and Steve Garvey at first base. The Padres pitchers were lead by 15-game winner Eric Show, 14-game winner Mark Thurmond, 14-game winner Ed Whitson, and reliever Rich "Goose" Gossage. The Tigers were the best team in Major League Baseball from the first game till the end of the season, collecting the most dominating baseball performance in the 1980's. The 1984 World Series was broadcast by NBC and announced by Vin Scully and Joe Garagiola. The Padres dedicated their National League playoff and World Series appearance to their owner McDonald's founder Ray Kroc, who died several months before the 1984 World Series. In the video you will see players wearing the letters "RAK" on the left sleeve of their jerseys in honor of Ray Kroc. Ray's wife, Joan Kroc, was a renowned philanthropist in the San Diego area even after she had sold the team.


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