Why do you think Baseball has more famous Game 6s, and Hockey has more Game 7s?
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10-24-2013, 05:45 PM
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I think at first glance, you might say that baseball has more famous game 6s and hockey has more famous game 7s. But if you look a little deeper, I really don't think it's the case. There have been plenty of extraordinary game 6s in hockey, as already mentioned. And think about 2004 Sox-Yankees, 2006 Cardinals-Mets, 2001 Yankees-Diamondbacks...just a few recent game 7s that popped into my head.
Games 4-5 and 6 of the 2004 ALCS are more memorable than game 7. Game 7 was done early when Damon hit that grand slam. Games 4 and 5 needed extras (if I remember correctly) and game 6 was the Schilling game. In 03, game seven was memorable: Grady Liddle left Pedro on the mount for too long and the Yanks came back then Aaron Boone hit that homerun off the "MVP-to-that-point" of that series Tim Wakefield.
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