1991 World Series, Game 7: Braves @ Twins

MLB Vault
Atlanta Braves 0 at Minnesota Twins 1, F/10 — A classic World Series is capped by a classic Game 7 as the Twins and Braves need extra frames to determine a winner at the Metrodome. Jack Morris goes the distance with a seven-hit, ten-inning shutout masterpiece and a base-running blunder by Atlanta’s Lonnie Smith in the eighth comes back to haunt the Braves as they hold the Twins scoreless through nine and might have won had Smith scored in the eighth. Regardless, the “Dome Field” advantage works its magic for the Twins who take home their second title in five years.

Articles You May Like

This Canton firefighter just retired to take a vital role with the Detroit Tigers
Tigers 3, Rays 5: Tigers squander early lead with a parade of walks
Home runs and promotions made for a busy Tuesday on the farm
Sweet Lou’s No. 1 joins Tigers greats on outfield wall
Detroit Tigers neglect offense at MLB trade deadline, adding to pressure of offseason

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.