1990 World Series, Game 4: Reds @ Athletics

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Cincinnati Reds 2 at Oakland Athletics 1, F — Just as in 1988, The Jose Canseco and Mark McGwire and the rest of the powerhouse the A’s were supposed to dominate the Series, this time against the overachieving Reds. But while Oakland ace Dave Stewart was sharp, he could not match Reds’ starter Jose Rijo, who allowed just one run and two hits in eight-plus innings. “Nasty Boy” Randy Myers came on for the save, and secured the Reds’ improbable World Series sweep over the mighty “Bash Brother-led” A’s.

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