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Comments On The 1985 NLCS

July 26, 2016

I still do not know why Dodgers’ manager Tom Lasorda elected to pitch to Jack Clark with an open base in game 6 of the 1985 NLCS.

Mr. Clark’s home run which essentially clinched the series for the Cardinals, might still be going.

In game 5, Ozzie Smith hit a game ending home run to give the Cardinals a victory and a three games to two NLCS lead.

The NBC graphic had just been posted indicating Ozzie had never hit a home run batting from the left side.

Speaking of the “left side,” in my opinion, that was quite a good speech by Senator Bernie Sanders, last night, at The Democratic Convention.


Smith Ozzie Plaque_NBL


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