St. Louis Cardinals vs. Boston Red Sox.

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Series cast summary:
Al Barlick ...
 Himself - First Base Umpire / ... 7 episodes, 1967
Lou Brock ...
 Himself - St. Louis Cardinals Left Fielder 7 episodes, 1967
Orlando Cepeda ...
 Himself - St. Louis Cardinals First Baseman 7 episodes, 1967
Augie Donatelli ...
 Himself - Third Base Umpire / ... 7 episodes, 1967
Curt Flood ...
 Himself - St. Louis Cardinals Center Fielder 7 episodes, 1967
Elston Howard ...
 Himself - Boston Red Sox Catcher 7 episodes, 1967
Julian Javier ...
 Himself - St. Louis Cardinals Second Baseman 7 episodes, 1967
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 Himself - St. Louis Cardinals Right Fielder 7 episodes, 1967
Dal Maxvill ...
 Himself - St. Louis Cardinals Shortstop 7 episodes, 1967
Tim McCarver ...
 Himself - St. Louis Cardinals Catcher 7 episodes, 1967
Rico Petrocelli ...
 Himself - Boston Red Sox Shortstop 7 episodes, 1967
Paul Pryor ...
 Himself - Right Field Umpire / ... 7 episodes, 1967
Ed Runge ...
 Himself - Left Field Umpire / ... 7 episodes, 1967
George 'Boomer' Scott ...
 Himself - Boston Red Sox First Baseman 7 episodes, 1967
Mike Shannon ...
 Himself - St. Louis Cardinals Third Baseman 7 episodes, 1967
Reggie Smith ...
 Himself - Boston Red Sox Center Fielder 7 episodes, 1967
Johnny Stevens ...
 Himself - Home Plate Umpire / ... 7 episodes, 1967
Jose Tartabull ...
 Himself - Boston Red Sox Right Fielder / ... 7 episodes, 1967
Frank Umont ...
 Himself - Second Base Umpire / ... 7 episodes, 1967
Carl Yastrzemski ...
 Himself - Boston Red Sox Left Fielder 7 episodes, 1967
Joe Foy ...
 Himself - Boston Red Sox Pinch-Hitter / ... 6 episodes, 1967
Dalton Jones ...
 Himself - Boston Red Sox Third Baseman / ... 6 episodes, 1967
Jerry Adair ...
 Himself - Boston Red Sox Second Baseman / ... 5 episodes, 1967
Mike Andrews ...
 Himself - Boston Red Sox Second Baseman / ... 5 episodes, 1967
Ken Harrelson ...
 Himself - Boston Red Sox Right Fielder 4 episodes, 1967
Gary Bell ...
 Himself - Boston Red Sox Relief Pitcher / ... 3 episodes, 1967
Bob Gibson ...
 Himself - St. Louis Cardinals Pitcher 3 episodes, 1967
Jack Lamabe ...
 Himself - St. Louis Cardinals Relief Pitcher 3 episodes, 1967
Jim Lonborg ...
 Himself - Boston Red Sox Pitcher 3 episodes, 1967
Dave Ricketts ...
 Himself - St. Louis Cardinals Pinch-Hitter 3 episodes, 1967
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 Himself - Boston Red Sox Pitcher 3 episodes, 1967
Norm Siebern ...
 Himself - Boston Red Sox Pinch-Hitter / ... 3 episodes, 1967
Bobby Tolan ...
 Himself - St. Louis Cardinals Pinch-Hitter 3 episodes, 1967
Ron Willis ...
 Himself - St. Louis Cardinals Relief Pitcher 3 episodes, 1967
Eddie Bressoud ...
 Himself - St. Louis Cardinals Shortstop 2 episodes, 1967
Ken Brett ...
 Himself - Boston Red Sox Relief Pitcher 2 episodes, 1967
Nelson Briles ...
 Himself - St. Louis Cardinals Pitcher / ... 2 episodes, 1967
Russ Gibson ...
 Himself - Boston Red Sox Catcher 2 episodes, 1967
Joe Hoerner ...
 Himself - St. Louis Cardinals Relief Pitcher 2 episodes, 1967
Dick Hughes ...
 Himself - St. Louis Cardinals Pitcher 2 episodes, 1967
Dave Morehead ...
 Himself - Boston Red Sox Relief Pitcher 2 episodes, 1967
Dan Osinski ...
 Himself - Boston Red Sox Relief Pitcher 2 episodes, 1967
George Thomas ...
 Himself - Boston Red Sox Pinch-Hitter / ... 2 episodes, 1967
Ray Washburn ...
 Himself - St. Louis Cardinals Pitcher 2 episodes, 1967
Gary Waslewski ...
 Himself - Boston Red Sox Pitcher / ... 2 episodes, 1967
John Wyatt ...
 Himself - Boston Red Sox Relief Pitcher 2 episodes, 1967
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Storyline

The 1967 World Series was won by the heavily favored St. Louis Cardinals, who had won the Series in 1964, in seven games over the stout-hearted resistance of the Boston Red Sox, led by Triple Crown winner Carl Yastrzemski and American League Cy Young Award winner Jim Lonborg. The seventh and deciding game was won by Hall of Fame pitcher Bob Gibson, who racked up his third win in the Series (and fifth-straight win going back to the '64 Series against the Yankees). Adding insult to injury, the amazing Gibson slugged two home runs in the seventh game, putting an end to the Red Sox's "Impossible Dream" season. Written by Jon C. Hopwood

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October 1967 (USA)  »

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$250,000 (estimated)
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The 1967 World Series was the first time that the Boston Red Sox got into the post-season since 1946, when they lost the World Series to the St. Louis Cardinals in seven games. See more »

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Followed by 1983 World Series (1983) See more »

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