Talk:1988 World Series
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"accidently saying tigers"
I just finished watching an episode of Studio 42 with Bob Costas that featured interviews with Dennis Eckersley, Rich Gossage, Bruce Sutter, and Rollie Fingers. They showed a clip of Eckersley giving up that ultra-famous home run to Kirk Gibson. In that clip I was a little stunned to hear what I believed to be "Tigers" on the audio track. I didn't record this program so I was unable to rewind to verify this. I did however replay a YouTube clip of this same moment and clearly heard "Dodgers." One thing that I was a little unclear on was the audio track used on this clip. Is the audio from a RADIO broadcast that was subsequently synched to this clip, or did this audio track always accompany this video footage? If I had been watching this game LIVE on broadcast television is this what I would have seen and heard, or is this something that was created after the fact? Could, if the "Tigers" remark is real, and a savvy editor realized it, this clip have been edited to avoid embarrassment or confussion in future airings? —Preceding unsigned comment added by DingerofAlmonds (talk • contribs) 08:02, 20 January 2010 (UTC)