Sunday, December 31, 2006

We remember Rick Nelson (1940-1985)

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Rick Nelson died in a plane crash in Texas in 1985.   He was flying to Dallas for a concert.   Nelson recorded many songs, from "Traveling man" to "Hello Mary Lou" to "Young emotions".    My favorite is "Fools rush in", a tune from the 1940's that Nelson brought back in 1963.    

You can get his music HERE.
 
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Saturday, December 23, 2006

1972: Immaculate reception and Franco Harris

The AFL and NFL merged in 1970.   The Pittsburgh Steelers, Baltimore Colts and Cleveland Browns moved to the AFC.     

The first big game of the new post-merger era took place on this day in 1972:     

The historic play took place during the semifinal playoff game of the American Football Conference (AFC), in Pittsburgh. Ken Stabler of the Raiders scored a touchdown with 73 seconds left in the game, putting Oakland up 7-6. Things looked dark for the Steelers, a struggling franchise that had finished 31 of the previous 39 seasons with a losing record. Bradshaw’s pass, launched from the Steelers’ 40-yard-line, was intended for halfback Frenchy Fuqua. 

When the Raiders safety Jack Tatum collided with Fuqua at Oakland’s 35-yard-line, the ball bounced backwards in a huge arc for a total of seven yards, where Harris scooped it up before it hit the ground and ran 42 yards into the end zone."

The victory put the Steelers on the football map.   They won 4 Super Bowls in the 1970's and became one of the greatest teams in NFL history. 

It all started with a crazy play in an AFC playoff game.

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1972: Franco Harris made Immaculate Reception

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Who remembers this catch?  Every Pittsburgh and Oakland fan remembers it well:

"On December 23, 1972, in a controversial play that is known as the "Immaculate Reception," rookie running back Franco Harris of the Pittsburgh Steelers grabs a deflected pass from quarterback Terry Bradshaw to score a touchdown, winning the game for the Steelers 13-7 over the Oakland Raiders."
The Steelers would go on to win 4 Super Bowls in the 1970s.  It all started when they drafted well and gave their young players a chance to grow up. 

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Sunday, November 26, 2006

1975: Fred Lynn MVP & Rookie of the Year


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Fred Lynn set the baseball world on fire in 1975.   He was voted Rookie of the Year and MVP.   His numbers were awesome:  .331 BA with 21 HR and 105 RBI.    

Lynn was the first player to win both awards in one season.    He was also a key player in Boston winning the AL pennant.   Cincinnati beat Boston in a dramatic 7-game series.   

Lynn had a pretty career beyond that rookie year.  He won a batting title in 1979 plus some great numbers over 17 seasons: .283 average, 306 HR, 1,111 RBI, 1,960 hits in 1,969 games.

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Wednesday, November 22, 2006

We remember Lyman Bostock (1950-1978)


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We remember Lyman Bostock who was born in Alabama on this day in 1950.  He was killed in 1978.

Bostock broke with the Twins in 1975.  Over the next four seasons, he hit .311 over 526 games with the Twins and Angels.

Sad story.

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Friday, November 17, 2006

We remember Barbara Gibb (1920-2016)

Barbara Gibb was born on this day in 1920 and died in 2016.  She was 95 and remember her as the mom behind The Bee Gees and Andy Gibb.    She married Hugh Gibb during World War II and they had 5 children, the 4 pop singers and a daughter.    Barbara lived in Florida after her husband passed away in 1992. 
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Saturday, November 11, 2006

November 2006: A word about Nathan Aguirre's funeral


Our community came together yesterday and said goodbye to Nathan Aguirre

As I wrote before, Nathan was a very popular young man who died in Iraq.

The church was full. The streets were full of school children and others. It was a wonderful sight.

Remember him on Memorial Day.

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Friday, November 10, 2006

We remember Ninón Sevilla (1921-2015)




Wednesday, November 01, 2006

1800: President & Mrs Adams moved into the new president's home

We remember John & Abigail Adams as a great couple of the early days of US history.   John was a key player in The Declaration of Independence, served as the first Vice President under President Washington and then was elected directly in 1796.

John and Abigail wrote each other great letters.   Historians regard them as a wonderful window into the tumultuous times, from independence to the creation of the new nation.

On this day in 1800, President & Mrs. Adams moved into what we would eventually call The White House.  It was called The President's House and then The White House.

President Adams lost the 1800 election so they moved back to Massachusetts shortly after.  It was President Jefferson who got to live in the new home.
 
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Tuesday, October 31, 2006

Happy Halloween!


Our boys have grown up and left home.....so we've been out of the "trick or treat" business for a few years.   However, we still enjoy all of those kids coming to our door looking for candy.

Happy Halloween. Enjoy your day!

A "Dracula story" for Halloween!

Image result for dracula imagesMy kids have grown up and pursuing their careers, interests and other things.   Therefore, Halloween just doesn't mean as much as it used to.  I still enjoy seeing the little kids in their costumes but it's different.

As we approach Halloween, let's hear the real story of Dracula.


Dr. Ileana Johnson-Paugh wrote about Dracula and the castle during her recent trip to Romania:
"The inspirational castle of Bram Stoker’s “Dracula,” was strategically located on a rocky bluff, difficult to conquer, tiny by any definition of a castle, and surrounded by stone turrets. The savage nature of the landscape surrounded it with mystique." 
Click to read her full article about Dracula.   

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Monday, October 30, 2006

We remember Agustin Lara (1897-1970)


Like so many of you, I grew up listening to Eydie Gorme & Los Panchos singing many of Agustin Lara’s songs.   
One of those tunes was “Noche de ronda” and those great lyrics: “Luna que se quiebra sobre la tiniebla de mi soledad adonde vas….
I can still recall my grandmother rocking on her favorite chair and humming one of Lara’s songs. (She once told me that Lara was from Veracruz and then showed me the location on the map!)
We remember that Agustin Lara was born on this day in 1897. I can’t confirm whether he was born in 1897 or 1900…..or October 1st or 30th!  I have seen both dates in my research!  So let’s go with October 30th.. He know that he died in 1970.
Lara was, and continues to be, my favorite Mexican composer.   I’m not an expert on Mexican music.   Yet, I can’t think of any other Mexican who comes close to writing words & music like Lara.
We remember Lara with two of my favorite compositions: “Solamente una vez“, “Farolito” and the wonderful “Noche de Ronda“. 
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We remember John Adams (1735-1826)


We remember John Adams, who was born on this day in 1835.

This is what John Adams wrote to Abigail about July 4th:
"I am apt to believe that it will be celebrated, by succeeding Generations, as the great anniversary Festival.

It ought to be commemorated, as the Day of Deliverance by solemn Acts of Devotion to God Almighty.

It ought to be solemnized with Pomp and Parade, with Shews, Games, Sports, Guns, Bells, Bonfires and Illuminations from one End of this Continent to the other from this Time forward forever more."
The HBO series is great.   Check it out.

It is a great story about the making of the US.   It is also a great story about a wonderful couple, John and Abigail Adams.

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October 30, 1938: Orson Wells and "The War of the worlds" radio show.


Years ago, Sunday night was radio prime time.  


Enter Orson Wells.    

On Sunday, October 30, 1038 at 8 p.m, a voice announced: 

“The Columbia Broadcasting System and its affiliated stations present Orson Welles and the Mercury Theater on the air in ‘War of the Worlds’ by H.G. Wells.”

The broadcast was so good that people were in panic from coast to coast.  In other words, many really believed that we were being invaded by aliens.

Let me recommend that you check out the whole show.   It is one of the finest audio programs ever made.  
I can understand why so many people bought into the Martian attack.   Fantastic!    
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Friday, October 27, 2006

Our annual Halloween show with Leslie Eastman & Daisy Viktoria


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October 1983: Quite a month for President Reagan

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We remember President Ronald Reagan as a rather consequential president. Let’s remember the events of this week in 1983.
First, a terror bombing in Beirut killed over a hundred U.S. Marines.   
President Reagan was getting ready for reelection and talking about the economic recovery underway. However, he had to deal with a major terrorist attack in Beirut when a suicide bomber drove a truck filled with 2,000 pounds of explosives into a U.S. Marine base at the international airport:   
The explosion killed 220 Marines, 18 sailors and three soldiers. 
A few minutes after that bomb went off, a second bomber drove into the basement of the nearby French paratroopers’ barracks, killing 58 more people.  
Four months after the bombing, American forces left Lebanon without retaliating.
It was a terrible story and one of the early signs of terrorism. Many criticized President Reagan for not retaliating, but I am not exactly sure what response could have followed this attack.
A few days later, President Reagan invaded Grenada. It turned out to be a major victory against Fidel Castro that prevented the USSR from having another strategic piece of real estate.   
Grenada was a small island where some U.S. citizens were attending medical school. Most people had never heard of Grenada or the Cuban efforts to turn the island into a communist beachhead, an important runway for Soviet MiGs.
However, the Reagan administration had their eye on Grenada for some time. They knew the strategic importance of Grenada and its proximity to the Panama Canal.    
We learned a lot that week about President Reagan and how foreign policy can force itself on the agenda. In Beirut, we were introduced to the type of terrorism that we saw eventually on 9/11. In Grenada, we saw President Reagan as the competent leader of the free world, or a man unwilling to let the USSR gain a strategic foothold over here.
It was quite a week for President Reagan and the U.S.
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2015: Our annual Halloween show with Leslie Eastman & Daisy Viktoria.

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2016: Our annual Halloween chat with Leslie Eastman


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Guest: Leslie Eastman joins us for our annual Halloween show......we will the website that Leslie has been the Project Manager for, which Girl Scout Emma Kahn created as part of her Gold Star Project: Black Cats Need Love! The purpose of the site is to encourage people to adopt black cats from animal shelters.............and a few stories about the 2016 election.......

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2016: Our Halloween chat with Leslie Eastman




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Guest: Leslie Eastman joins us for our annual Halloween show......

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We remember Nathan Aguirre (1984-2006)


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We remember Nathan Aguirre, the young man from our church killed in Iraq

This is from the obituary:   
Nathan was born December 11, 1984, in San Antonio, Texas. His family later moved to Carrollton, where Nathan met his best friend, Joseph Posenecker, at a church gathering. Joseph described Nathan as a leader and a responsible person. “Always keeping us in line,” Joseph said of his friend, “He was very outgoing and wanted to be the best at everything.” Nathan’s family remembers his always adventurous spirit. 
He enjoyed rock climbing so much so that he volunteered at his local climbing gym in order to climb for free. He later became a rock climbing instructor at the gym. Nathan was also passionate about being a Boy Scout, said his mother, Mary. He even designated the Boy Scouts as one of his life insurance beneficiaries. “Boy Scouts presented him with structured adventures and learning along with teaching him leadership skills, responsibility, integrity and loyalty that he embraced with such happiness,” his mother said.
Nathan always longed to serve his country. He joined the Army Reserves while still in high school, putting off plans to attend Texas A&M University to study architecture. 
“He didn’t want to wait four years to go into the service,” Nathan’s father, Louis, said about his son. “He wanted to serve.” 
SPC Aguirre blogged about his experiences in Iraq on his MySpace page. Since his death, his page on the social networking site has turned into an online memorial. 
Nathan's death reminds us that we live in a dangerous world. We are grateful that young men like Nathan are willing to serve their country.

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Halloween costumes with Leslie Eastman & Daisy Viktoria

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Thursday, October 26, 2006

1881: The real shootout at the OK Corral happened this day


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On this day in 1881, the Earp brothers faced off against the Clanton-McLaury gang in a legendary shootout at the OK Corral in Tombstone, Arizona.   We've seen the shootout in movies over the years, such as "Frontier Marshal" (1939), "Gunfight at the OK Corral" (1957), "Tombstone" (1993) and "Wyatt Earp" (1994).

The story has been featured in several books and the 1957 movie with Burt Lancaster is the best.

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Monday, October 23, 2006

Remembering Red Barber, the voice of The Brooklyn Dodgers




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We remember that Red Barber died on this day in 1992.    He began with the Reds but we remember him as the voice of the legendary Brooklyn Dodgers in the 1950's.

Barber's southern accent and expressions became hugely popular.

Want to enjoy something?  Go to the library or internet and check out anything by Red Barber.

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We remember Jorge Valls (1933-2015)

Jorge Valls, author and former political prisoner in Cuba, died on this day in 2015.   Valls spent 20 years in Castro's political prisons.   He was 31 when he entered the prisons and 53 when he finally left.

Valls wrote a book about it later.

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October 23, 1983: Beirut and many Marines dead

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US presidents can not control what happens in other countries.  Nevertheless, they have to react to them or get that "famous 3 am phone call" about this crisis or that.

On this day in 1983, President Reagan was getting ready for reelection and talking about the economic recovery underway.   However, he woke up learning of a major terrorist attack in Beirut:  The explosion killed 220 Marines, 18 sailors and three soldiers!

It was a terrible day for President Reagan and the nation.  It was also one of the early signs of terrorism.

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October 2010: The Rangers won the AL pennant!



On this day in 2010, the Texas Rangers ended almost 4 decades of frustration for baseball fans in North Texas.  It still feels like it was yesterday.

Who could have written a better script?

The Rangers beat NY, the same team that swept them 3 times in the late 1990's!

Feliz, the young closer, struck out A-Rod to finish the game and put the Rangers in the World Series.

Great memories!

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The war on terror began years before Iraq



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Anne Coulter reminded us back in 2006 of what terrorists had been doing for a couple of decades, from the 1979 Iran hostage crisis to 9-11:   
November 1979: Muslim extremists (Iranian variety) seized the U.S. embassy in Iran and held 52 American hostages for 444 days, following Democrat Jimmy Carter's masterful foreign policy granting Islamic fanaticism its first real foothold in the Middle East.
1982: Muslim extremists (mostly Hezbollah) began a nearly decade-long habit of taking Americans and Europeans hostage in Lebanon, killing William Buckley and holding Terry Anderson for six and a half years.
April 1983: Muslim extremists (Islamic Jihad or possibly Hezbollah) bombed the U.S. Embassy in Beirut, killing 16 Americans.
October 1983: Muslim extremists (Hezbollah) blew up the U.S. Marine barracks at the Beirut airport, killing 241 Marines.
December 1983: Muslim extremists (al-Dawa) blew up the U.S. Embassy in Kuwait, killing five and injuring 80.
September 1984: Muslim extremists (Hezbollah) exploded a truck bomb at the U.S. Embassy annex in Beirut, killing 24 people, including two U.S. servicemen.
December 1984: Muslim extremists (probably Hezbollah) hijacked a Kuwait Airways airplane, landed in Iran and demanded the release of the 17 members of al-Dawa who had been arrested for the bombing of the U.S. Embassy in Kuwait, killing two Americans before the siege was over.
June 14, 1985: Muslim extremists (Hezbollah) hijacked TWA Flight 847 out of Athens, diverting it to Beirut, taking the passengers hostage in return for the release of the Kuwait 17 as well as another 700 prisoners held by Israel. When their demands were not met, the Muslims shot U.S. Navy diver Robert Dean Stethem and dumped his body on the tarmac.
October 1985: Muslim extremists (Palestine Liberation Front backed by Libya) seized an Italian cruise ship, the Achille Lauro, killing 69-year-old American Leon Klinghoffer by shooting him and then tossing his body overboard.
December 1985: Muslim extremists (backed by Libya) bombed airports in Rome and Vienna, killing 20 people, including five Americans.
April 1986: Muslim extremists (backed by Libya) bombed a discotheque frequented by U.S. servicemen in West Berlin, injuring hundreds and killing two, including a U.S. soldier.
December 1988: Muslim extremists (backed by Libya) bombed Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland, killing all 259 on board and 11 on the ground.(Then came an amazing, historic pause in Muslim extremists' relentless war on America after Ronald Reagan won the Cold War by doing the opposite of everything recommended by Democrats, depriving Islamic terrorists of their Soviet sponsors. This confuses liberals because they don't understand the concept of terror sponsors, whether it's the Soviet Union or Iraq.)
February 1993: Muslim extremists (al-Gama'a al-Islamiyya, possibly with involvement of friendly rival al-Qaida) set off a bomb in the basement of the World Trade Center, killing six and wounding more than 1,000.
Spring 1993: Muslim extremists (al-Gama'a al-Islamiyya, the Sudanese Islamic Front and at least one member of Hamas) plot to blow up the Lincoln and Holland tunnels, the U.N. complex and the FBI's lower Manhattan headquarters.
November 1995: Muslim extremists (possibly Iranian "Party of God") explode a car bomb at U.S. military headquarters in Saudi Arabia, killing five U.S. military servicemen.
June 1996: Muslim extremists (13 Saudis and a Lebanese member of Hezbollah, probably with involvement of al-Qaida) explode a truck bomb outside the Khobar Towers military complex, killing 19 American servicemen and injuring hundreds.
August 1998: Muslim extremists (al-Qaida) explode truck bombs at U.S. embassies in Kenya and Tanzania, killing 224 and injuring thousands.
October 2000: Muslim extremists (al-Qaida) blow up the U.S. Navy destroyer USS Cole, killing 17 U.S. sailors.
Sept. 11, 2001: Muslim extremists (al-Qaida) hijack commercial aircraft and fly planes into the World Trade Center, the Pentagon and a field in Pennsylvania, killing nearly 3,000 Americans.
Let me remind you that all of that happened before we invaded Iraq.   This is a great book by President Bush.

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Sunday, October 22, 2006

We remember The 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis with Barry Jacobsen



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Guest: Barry Jacobsen, military historian and blogger, joins us for a look at the national security stories of the week..........the Benghazi hearings expose some of Secretary Clinton's management style.......the Russian military operations in the Middle East............the US rescues Iraqi soldiers from a POW camp..........we look back at the 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis.........the US and USSR over Cuba............and other stories from the week.....




October 1962: A few thoughts about the Cuban Missile Crisis




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It was 1962 but still a big part of my past.  In other words, it was the aftermath of the Cuban Missile Crisis that consolidated the Castro regime and led to our departure of Cuba.

It all started when the USSR challenged the US by placing missiles in Cuba, or in this part of the world.   

For days, the world waited for a resolution.  We were down in Cuba at the time and my parents recall just how tense every minute was.      

Nevertheless, the world came very close to a nuclear war in October 1962.

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Saturday, October 21, 2006

1975, Game 6 and that late night Fisk homerun!


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I stayed up and watched the homer, the celebration, the post game interviews and then hit the pillow to wake up at at 6 am!
The Reds won game 7 the next night!
Game 6 had so much drama, from that 8th inning home run to tie the game, the bottom of the 9th double play to kill a Red Sox rally, the catch in right field, great pitching and that 12th inning homer.
It was great baseball, just great baseball! 

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Friday, October 20, 2006

We remember Mickey Mantle (1931-1995)



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We remember Mickey Mantle who was born in Oklahoma on this day in 1931.  His Hall of Fame page tells the story.

Mickey Mantle's funeral took place in Dallas, Texas back in August 1995.    It reminded me of those days when we all loved Mick and his baseball exploits.

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1973: What they called "The Saturday night massacre"

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Back in October 1973, the A's and Mets were playing a very good World Series.  

By evening, it was all about the Nixon White House.   As I recall, the 3 networks went on "alert" to report on the firings at The White House.    

It started when President Nixon told Attorney General Richardson to fire Watergate prosecutor Archibald Fox. AG Richardson resigned in protest.   Deputy Attorney General Ruckelshaus resigned too.   

So President Nixon went down the chain of command and Solicitor General Robert Bork fired Mr. Cox.    (We would hear Bork's name again in 1987 when he was nominated by President Reagan to The Supreme Court.  We now use the word "Borking" when an opponent is attacked in every possible way)

It became "The Saturday Night Massacre".   However, no one got killed and President Nixon had the authority to fire the Watergate prosecutor.   

Archibald Cox was eventually replaced by Leon Jaworski.  He resumed the investigation and Nixon resigned the presidency on August 8, 1974.

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We remember Tom Petty (1950-2017)


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We remember Tom Petty who was born in Florida on this day in 1950.   He passed away in 2017 or a couple of days before he turned 67. 

Petty's guitar was the common denominator in all of his songs. 
And you can still hear his music all over the radio.

It's hard to pick a favorite but "The waiting" from 1981 is great.

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Thursday, October 19, 2006

Luis Tiant: 163 pitches and complete game in game 4 of the 1975 World Series


It was quite a 1975 World Series for Tiant.

He pitched a Game 1 shutout of the Reds; and, 

In game 4, Tiant came back and beat the Reds, 5-4.    He threw an amazing 163 pitches and got out of trouble several times in the game.  It also tied the series at 2-2.

What an an effort by “El Tiante”, one of the great Cuban pitchers of recent memory. 

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