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#6326: 1972 WORLD SERIES GAME 2: OAKLAND A'S VS. CINCINNATI REDS
1972-10-15, WRGB, 138 min.
Joe Garagiola, Jackie Robinson, Joe Black, Pee Wee Reese, Curt Gowdy, Dick Schapp, Al Michaels, Pat Hernan, Ross Grimsley, Jim Hunter, Larry Doby

The Oakland A's make it two in a row over the Cincinnati Reds by winning game 2 of the 1972 World Series 2-1 at Riverfront Stadium in Cincinnati. Jim "Catfish" Hunter defeats Ross Grimsley as the A's take a 2-0 series lead. Includes pre-game show with Joe Garagiola. 
Prior to the game there is a special ceremony. Jackie Robinson is honored and throws out the first pitch. Many of his family, teammates and friends join Jackie on the field. Robinson speaks to the country for 65 seconds proclaiming that he would love to see one day a black manager in the major leagues. Robinson would pass away nine days later, October 24, 1972, at the age of 53. 
Announcers are Curt Gowdy and Al Michaels. Includes post-game show and football scoreboard with Pat Hearn and Dick Schapp.             
#6326A: 1972 WORLD SERIES GAME 2: OAKLAND A'S VS. CINCINNATI REDS
1972-10-15, WRGB, 146 min.
Joe Garagiola, Red Barber, Jackie Robinson, Rachel Robinson, Joe Black, Pee Wee Reese, Curt Gowdy, David Robinson, Dick Schapp, Al Michaels, Ross Grimsley, Jim Hunter, Lary Doby, Pat Hearn

The Oakland A's make it two in a row over the Cincinnati Reds by winning game 2 of the 1972 World Series 2-1 at Riverfront Stadium in Cincinnati. Jim "Catfish" Hunter defeats Ross Grimsley as the A's take a 2-0 series lead. Includes pre-game show with Joe Garagiola. 
Prior to the game there is a special ceremony, with Red Barber at the microphone. Jackie Robinson is honored and throws out the first pitch. Many of his family, teammates and friends join Jackie on the field. Robinson speaks to the country for 65 seconds proclaiming that he would love to see one day a black manager in the major leagues. Robinson would pass away nine days later, October 24, 1972, at the age of 53. 
Announcers are Curt Gowdy and Al Michaels. Includes post-game show and football scoreboard with Pat Hearn and Dick Schapp.                          
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