Cincinnatti Reds vs. Boston Red Sox.
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Nominated for 1 Primetime Emmy. Another 1 win. See more awards »

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 Himself - Pregame Host / ... (7 episodes, 1975)
Sparky Anderson ...
 Himself - Cincinnati Reds Manager (7 episodes, 1975)
Larry Barnett ...
 Himself - Second Base Umpire / ... (7 episodes, 1975)
Johnny Bench ...
 Himself - Cincinnati Reds Catcher / ... (7 episodes, 1975)
Rick Burleson ...
 Himself - Boston Red Sox Shortstop (7 episodes, 1975)
Nick Colosi ...
 Himself - First Base Umpire / ... (7 episodes, 1975)
Dave Concepción ...
 Himself - Cincinnati Reds Shortstop (7 episodes, 1975)
Satch Davidson ...
 Himself - Right Field Umpire / ... (7 episodes, 1975)
Denny Doyle ...
 Himself - Boston Red Sox Second Baseman (7 episodes, 1975)
Dwight Evans ...
 Himself - Boston Red Sox Right Fielder (7 episodes, 1975)
Carlton Fisk ...
 Himself - Boston Red Sox Catcher (7 episodes, 1975)
George Foster ...
 Himself - Cincinnati Reds Left Fielder (7 episodes, 1975)
Art Frantz ...
 Himself - Home Plate Umpire / ... (7 episodes, 1975)
César Gerónimo ...
 Himself - Cincinnati Reds Center Fielder (7 episodes, 1975)
Ken Griffey Sr. ...
 Himself - Cincinnati Reds Right Fielder (7 episodes, 1975)
Darrell Johnson ...
 Himself - Boston Red Sox Manager (7 episodes, 1975)
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 Himself - Boston Red Sox Center Fielder (7 episodes, 1975)
George Maloney ...
 Himself - Left Field Umpire / ... (7 episodes, 1975)
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 Himself - Cincinnati Reds Second Baseman (7 episodes, 1975)
Tony Perez ...
 Himself - Cincinnati Reds First Baseman (7 episodes, 1975)
Rico Petrocelli ...
 Himself - Boston Red Sox Third Baseman (7 episodes, 1975)
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 Himself - Cincinnati Reds Third Baseman (7 episodes, 1975)
Dick Stello ...
 Himself - Third Base Umpire / ... (7 episodes, 1975)
Carl Yastrzemski ...
 Himself - Boston Red Sox Left Fielder / ... (7 episodes, 1975)
Tony Kubek ...
 Himself - Color Commentator / ... (5 episodes, 1975)
Clay Carroll ...
 Himself - Cincinnati Reds Pitcher (5 episodes, 1975)
Cecil Cooper ...
 Himself - Boston Red Sox First Baseman / ... (5 episodes, 1975)
Rawly Eastwick ...
 Himself - Cincinnati Reds Pitcher (5 episodes, 1975)
Will McEnaney ...
 Himself - Cincinnati Reds Pitcher (5 episodes, 1975)
Curt Gowdy ...
 Himself - Play-by-Play Announcer (4 episodes, 1975)
Marty Brennaman ...
 Himself - Color Commentator / ... (4 episodes, 1975)
Ed Armbrister ...
 Himself - Cincinnati Reds Pinch Hitter (4 episodes, 1975)
Bernie Carbo ...
 Himself - Boston Red Sox Pinch Hitter / ... (4 episodes, 1975)
Juan Beniquez ...
 Himself - Boston Red Sox Left Fielder / ... (3 episodes, 1975)
Jack Billingham ...
 Himself - Cincinnati Reds Pitcher (3 episodes, 1975)
Pedro Borbon ...
 Himself - Cincinnati Reds Pitcher (3 episodes, 1975)
Reggie Cleveland ...
 Himself - Boston Red Sox Pitcher (3 episodes, 1975)
Don Gullett ...
 Himself - Cincinnati Reds Pitcher (3 episodes, 1975)
Rick Miller ...
 Himself - Boston Red Sox Left Fielder / ... (3 episodes, 1975)
Roger Moret ...
 Himself - Boston Red Sox Pitcher (3 episodes, 1975)
Merv Rettenmund ...
 Himself - Cincinnati Reds Pinch Hitter (3 episodes, 1975)
Luis Tiant ...
 Himself - Boston Red Sox Pitcher (3 episodes, 1975)
Jim Willoughby ...
 Himself - Boston Red Sox Pitcher (3 episodes, 1975)
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The 1975 World Series between the Boston Red Sox of the American League and the Big Red Machine (Cincinnatti Reds) of the National League generally is considered the greatest world's championship match-up in baseball history. The Reds prevailed against the BoSox in seven games, and Pete Rose was named Most Valuable Player. Written by Jon C. Hopwood

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11 October 1975 (USA)  »

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$1,000,000 (estimated)
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These were the last professional baseball games played under the old reserve clause, which was overturned two months after the conclusion of the World Series and ushered in the era of free agency. See more »

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Referenced in Prime 9: Greatest World Series (2009) See more »

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