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1975: The Sixth Game

In an excerpt from "Fall Classics," ESPN's Peter Gammons remembers Game 6 of the 1975 World Series.

Originally Published: October 17, 2003
By Peter Gammons | Excerpted from "Fall Classics"

Note: Excerpted from "Fall Classics: The Best Writing About the World Series' First 100 Years," (Crown Publishers) by Bill Littlefield and Richard Johnson (editors). The book features baseball's best writers -- including Ring Lardner, Red Smith, Thomas Boswell, Tony Kornheiser and Roger Angell -- writing about baseball's most famous games. Click here to order the book.

Boston, October 22, 1975 -- Then all of a sudden the ball was suspended out there in the black of the morning like the ...

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