1985 Baseball Season Roster
- Improbable: Royals’ win 1st World Series after trailing 3-1
- Inexcusable: Ump blows call, Cardinals blow cool
- Indescribable: Rose tops Cobb’s hits record...Gooden: 24-4, 1.53
With speedy Vince Coleman (110 SB, 1st of three straight seasons topping 100) and Willie McGee (.353 batting champ), St. Louis looked like the winner of the first all-Missouri World Series. But an umpire’s blown call allowed KC to rally in the ninth inning of Game 6, then crush the collapsing Cards in Game 7 … Pete Rose passed Ty Cobb with his 4,192nd career hit.
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