Posted on October 14th, 2009 in Commemorative, General, liberty, My Life, Sports and Leisure | Written by Ben | No Comments »
A quick walk down Detroit Tigers memory lane: Today is the 3rd anniversary of Magglio Ordonez’ walk-off 3-run homer that won the ALCS and launched the Tigers into the World Series (also the first epic late-inning playoff loss for Huston Street, then of the Oakland A’s).
Which also means it was exactly 25 years ago today that the Detroit Tigers last celebrated World Series triumph, with an 8-5 victory over the San Diego Padres in Game 5 down at the Corner (and my childhood hero Alan Trammell named Series MVP). Sadly, the stadium is gone now. But the memory lives on.
Here’s hoping that Detroit repeats the feat sometime before that anniversary turns golden and my hair turns (completely) gray.
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