Anybody else watching the 1992 World Series on Sportsnet? Gotta say in the absence of a lot of sports and the Juniors on at 4 am here been keeping this on in the background trying to relive the Blue Jays glory years. I particulary remember the last game as about a dozen of us were watching it at buddy's place and from all the yelling and excitment lost my voice for 3 days after
Ahhh to be 18 again...
(edited title from tsn to sportsnet)
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Nope cause im here on line not watching TV.
I do both as I have the lappie on the coffee table and usually have the tv on in the background.
is it available in hi definition
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I actually caught some of the replays ,when flicking through the sports..........it was pretty cool to see again.
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woohooo! Blue Jays won in six. Not as dramatic as in 1993 with Carter's home run but a great series nonetheless. And even though I'm now watching Spengler Cup action I can still see and hear the Braves chop & chant.
My dad took me and my two brothers to Game 3 during the 1992 series. What an incredible experience
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said by Kitlope:My memory of 1992 was from the ALCS, game 4. No, it was not Alomar's home run, but rather an earlier play that made that home run meaningful. Any baseball historians here?
woohooo! Blue Jays won in six. Not as dramatic as in 1993 with Carter's home run but a great series nonetheless.
The Jays were up 2 games to 1. I believe it was around the 7th inning or so of game 4. The Jays were down by a score of 6 to 1. A throw to the infield (after a hit) went near either the catcher or the 3rd baseman. There was an Oakland runner advancing around 3rd towards home. Rather than go after the ball, the Toronto player let it roll into the (I think it was Oakland) dugout. The umpire ruled that the Oakland player was closer to 3rd than home, and that no run was awarded. If the Toronto player had gone after the ball and retrieved it, he probably could not have thrown the Oakland player out at home. So instead of a 5-run lead, Oakland would've had a 6-run lead. Alomar's homer would not have tied the game. Instead of going into game 5 with the Jays up 3 games to 1, the series would've been tied at 2 games each, and history might have been different.