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It went the full seven games before the Tigers took the odd contest and became the world's champions. Long before that point was reached, even the players themselves had given up trying to figure out what might happen next. Fly balls were dropping beside fielders who made no effort to catch them. Players were tumbling going around the bases. The baseball was as far removed from previous major league standards as was possible without its perpetrators having themselves arrested for obtaining money under false pretenses.

Describing Game 7 of the 1945 World Series between the Cubs and the Tigers in an obvious reference to the wartime look of both teams

Warren Brown
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Chicago Sportswriter

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