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#6324: NATIONAL LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES GAME 3: PITTSBURGH PIRATES VS. CINCINNATI REDS
1972-10-09, WRGB, 143 min.
Clay Carroll, Curt Gowdy, Tony Kubek, Roberto Clemente, Pete Rose, Nelson Briles, Manny Sanguillen, Gary Nolan, Bruce Kison

The Pittsburgh Pirates defeat the Cincinnati Reds 3-2 in game 3 of the 1972 NL Championship series at Riverfront Stadium in Cincinnati to take a two games to one lead. Manny Sanguillen is the hitting star for the Pirates, driving in two runs and homering off of Reds starter Gary Nolan in the 5th inning. Pete Rose has three doubles for the Reds in a losing effort. Bruce Kison, who relieved starter Nelson Briles, is the winner for Pittsburgh and Clay Carroll is the losing pitcher for Cincinnati. Announcers are Curt Gowdy and Tony Kubek.
#840: 1975 WORLD SERIES: CINCINNATI REDS VS. BOSTON RED SOX, THE
1975-10-22, WNBC, 37 min.
Sparky Anderson, Clay Carroll, Johnny Bench, Curt Gowdy, Don Gullett, Marty Brennerman, Tony Perez, Tony Kubek, Ned Martin

Curt Gowdy announces the play-by-play from the last of the eighth inning, with the score tied 3 to 3 in this final seventh series game. Tony Kubek and Ned Martin do the "color" commentary. From the victorious Reds Clubhouse, Marty Brennerman and Kubek interview Cincinnati Manager Sparky Anderson, Joe Morgan, Pete Rose, Clay Carroll, Johnny Bench, President Bob Howsam, Chairman of the Board Louis Nippert, Don Gullett and Tony Perez. In the booth, Curt Gowdy and Joe Garagiola wrap up the broadcast.
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