Synopsis by Linda J. Shriver
The 1967 World Series pitted the Boston Red Sox, who were in the Series for the first time since 1946, against the St. Louis Cardinals. Lou Brock had 12 hits and seven stolen bases for the Cardinals, while Carl Yastrzemski had three home runs and ten hits for the Red Sox. The exceptional pitching was the deciding factor of the series, with Jim Lonborg getting two wins to force a seventh game. The video chronicles this classic series, with the Cardinals emerging as eventual world champions.
baseball, MLB (Major League Baseball), sports-highlights, World-Series