Some folks got to see the new/old film of Game 7 of the 1960 World Series, writes Bob Hoover, in the aftermath of the discovery of a wonderful piece of history.
This got me to thinking: What other slices from the World Series would be most interesting to see on videotape? And while we're at it and asking for the impossible, let's pretend that we could apply all the current technology to those moments -- instant replay, high definition, field microphones.
Here's this baseball fan's wish-I-could-see-it list from Octobers long ago:
1. The 1919 World Series
Some White Sox acknowledged throwing the World Series to the Cincinnati Reds, so there's not a question of guilt or innocence here. But as a fan, I'd be fascinated to see how they did that. Did Eddie Cicotte just throw a bunch of benign fastballs? How much did he shake off catcher Ray Schalk? How bad were the defensive gaffes? Just how obvious was it?
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