Former pitching ace recalls the 1991 Fall Classic and his Game 7 extra-inning performance for the World Series-winning Minnesota Twins
In the moment, there was good reason to think of it as the greatest World Series ever.
After all, four games of the 1991 World Series between the Braves and Twins were decided on the last pitch of the game and five were resolved in the game’s last at-bat.
All of the above occurred in Game 7 of the ’91 World Series, a match between two teams that went from worst to first that year.
But much of it may never have happened if not for the collusion between major league owners, which took place following the 1986 season, when Detroit’s Jack Morris should have been a highly sought-after free agent with a terrific track record.
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