Cardinals on the Brink; Tigers Hope History Counts

The Detroit Tigers find themselves in a hole. It's Game Five and they're down to the St. Louis Cardinals three games to one. One more win and the Cardinals clinch the championship. However, these same two teams faced off in 1968. The Tigers were down three games to one, and wound up beating the Cardinals in seven games.

Robert Siegel talks with Wall Street Journal sportswriter and regular All Things Considered contributor Stefan Fatsis about the World Series.



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