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Let’s watch Bob Gibson set a record - A Hunt and Peck

17 strikeouts in a World Series

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There is currently no baseball being played, but that does not mean there is not baseball to be watched. In lieu of live baseball the St. Louis Cardinals have been recently updating their YouTube page with lots of good stuff. There are some iconic Cardinals moments, some fun interviews, and several other features that have been added in the past few weeks. If you have not yet, you should check out their page.

Perhaps my favorite video so far, and one that I have not really been able to find official footage of, is Bob Gibson striking out his seventeenth batter against the Detroit Tigers in the 1968 World Series, setting the record for most strikeouts in a World Series game.

I think I could watch it 100 times and it would still give me chills.

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