WS1988 Gm1: Scully's call of Gibson memorable at-bat

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  • Published on:  Wednesday, September 21, 2016
  • 10/15/88: Vin Scully calls Kirk Gibson's full at-bat that finishes with a legendary walk-off homer during Game 1 of the World Series

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  • Danse Macabre
    Danse Macabre  yesterday

    In this instance, I believe the Jack Buck call of this home run was just a little more exciting, and better . They are both legends and great,but that Jack Buck call, man that gives ya the goosebumps.

  • Philip Miller
    Philip Miller  yesterday

    I remember watching this game. Most likely the greatest game in world series history. You had the some of the greatest pitchers – Dennis Eckersley and Orel Hershiser. The greatest coaches. And everyone forgets that he didn't even play the first 8 innings. He was called in the 9th inning. The greatest clutch hit in World Series history. It's why it's the greatest game. And to top it off, legendary Vin Scully calling the play-by-play.

  • Embur12
    Embur12  yesterday +2

    Tigers traded away all their great talent by the late 80s. Gibby and Jack Morris. They should have won 3 titles under Sparky.

  • Javier Sauceda
    Javier Sauceda  yesterday

    You can hear the people in the control room clapping and cheering!

  • TheJulez14
    TheJulez14  2 days ago

    This is one of the best, if not "The" best sports plays of all time by the greatest sports caster there ever has been.

  • Greg Mathis
    Greg Mathis  3 days ago

    Burt Reynolds on the mound.

  • J. Daaz
    J. Daaz  3 days ago

    From The pocket, I remember 88ws, I was 14 years old

  • Chris Fraijo
    Chris Fraijo  3 days ago +1

    Dodgers need to let this fade into history and finally win one for their loyal fans after 31 years...

  • Mark Garduno
    Mark Garduno  3 days ago

    I've heard Gibson was in the dugout inside the prep room, hitting a warm up pad , when Lasorda heard him smacking away. So, as the old man went to check it out, it was the big guy, all wilded up asking Lasorda to give him one shot. Well, what can you say , if this is true, the event is more than legendary, and a fantastic story to be told to future baseball generation.

  • elevate111
    elevate111  3 days ago +1

    9:14 Verlander vs Muncy in Game 1 of the 2019 World Series

  • Angel Espinoza
    Angel Espinoza  3 days ago

    Será que mis ojos ya jodidos por llorar dos series mundiales consecutivas puedan ver esto en 2019? ITFDB let’s go Dodgers that’s it!

  • Verlisify
    Verlisify  4 days ago

    When the men were men
    and the pitchers were men

  • xonstage
    xonstage  4 days ago +1

    All these years, I thought this won the series 😃 Turns out it was just the 1st game. Nevertheless, this was/is an absolutely incredible and beautiful moment. Legendary.

  • Brother Zeke
    Brother Zeke  4 days ago

    No one wants to leave' ... We still haven't left, Vinny. Still bleed'n Dodger Blue.

  • Rebel in the High Castle

    I remember watching this in my neighbor’s apartment. We all went absolutely bonkers.

  • Luis Laguna
    Luis Laguna  5 days ago

    Mi madre besibolera de corazon, del mero Mazatlan, Sinaloa, ese día se emociono tanto que lloro por sus Dodgers, y un servidor ahora llora por ese recuerdo de mi hermosa Madre ya fallecida . . . . . .

  • Uncomfortable Cat

    Came here from that Conan - Bill Burr interview.

  • RUSSELL MITCHEM
    RUSSELL MITCHEM  5 days ago +1

    I was not a happy camper at this world series,104 wins down the drain for A's:/:/

  • EliF Audio
    EliF Audio  6 days ago

    Beautiful clip, like a movie.

  • Gunner Schenck
    Gunner Schenck  6 days ago +2

    If you ever wonder if baseball has changed, just watch this video.