The Kansas City Royals beat the St. Louis Cardinals in seven games.

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1985  
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Al Michaels Al Michaels ...  Himself - Play-by-Play Announcer / ... 5 episodes, 1985
Jim Palmer ...  Himself - Color Commentator / ... 5 episodes, 1985
Tim McCarver Tim McCarver ...  Himself - Color Commentator / ... 5 episodes, 1985
Steve Balboni Steve Balboni ...  Himself - Kansas City Royals First Baseman 5 episodes, 1985
Buddy Biancalana Buddy Biancalana ...  Himself - Kansas City Royals Shortstop 5 episodes, 1985
George Brett George Brett ...  Himself - Kansas City Royals Third Baseman 5 episodes, 1985
Jack Clark Jack Clark ...  Himself - St. Louis Cardinals First Baseman 5 episodes, 1985
Tommy Herr Tommy Herr ...  Himself - St. Louis Cardinals Second Baseman 5 episodes, 1985
Whitey Herzog Whitey Herzog ...  Himself - St. Louis Cardinals Manager 5 episodes, 1985
Dick Howser Dick Howser ...  Himself - Kansas City Royals Manager 5 episodes, 1985
Tito Landrum Tito Landrum ...  Himself - St. Louis Cardinals Left Fielder 5 episodes, 1985
Willie McGee Willie McGee ...  Himself - St. Louis Cardinals Center Fielder 5 episodes, 1985
Terry Pendleton Terry Pendleton ...  Himself - St. Louis Cardinals Third Baseman 5 episodes, 1985
Lonnie Smith Lonnie Smith ...  Himself - Kansas City Royals Left Fielder 5 episodes, 1985
Ozzie Smith ...  Himself - St. Louis Cardinals Shortstop 5 episodes, 1985
Jim Sundberg Jim Sundberg ...  Himself - Kansas City Royals Catcher 5 episodes, 1985
Andy Van Slyke Andy Van Slyke ...  Himself - St. Louis Cardinals Right Fielder / ... 5 episodes, 1985
Frank White Frank White ...  Himself - Kansas City Royals Second Baseman 5 episodes, 1985
Willie Wilson Willie Wilson ...  Himself - Kansas City Royals Center Fielder 5 episodes, 1985
Reggie Jackson ...  Himself - Field Reporter / ... 4 episodes, 1985
César Cedeno César Cedeno ...  Himself - St. Louis Cardinals Right Fielder 4 episodes, 1985
Lynn Jones Lynn Jones ...  Himself - Kansas City Royals Left Fielder / ... 4 episodes, 1985
Darryl Motley Darryl Motley ...  Himself - Kansas City Royals Right Fielder / ... 4 episodes, 1985
Darrell Porter Darrell Porter ...  Himself - St. Louis Cardinals Catcher 4 episodes, 1985
Dan Quisenberry Dan Quisenberry ...  Himself - Kansas City Royals Pitcher 4 episodes, 1985
Pat Sheridan Pat Sheridan ...  Himself - Kansas City Royals Right Fielder / ... 4 episodes, 1985
Onix Concepcion Onix Concepcion ...  Himself - Kansas City Royals Pinch Runner / ... 3 episodes, 1985
Ken Dayley Ken Dayley ...  Himself - St. Louis Cardinals Pitcher 3 episodes, 1985
Brian Harper Brian Harper ...  Himself - St. Louis Cardinals Pinch Hitter / ... 3 episodes, 1985
Hal McRae Hal McRae ...  Himself - Kansas City Royals Pinch Hitter 3 episodes, 1985
Jorge Orta Jorge Orta ...  Himself - Kansas City Royals Pinch Hitter 3 episodes, 1985
Buddy Black Buddy Black ...  Himself - Kansas City Royals Pitcher 2 episodes, 1985
Danny Cox Danny Cox ...  Himself - St. Louis Cardinals Pitcher 2 episodes, 1985
Dane Iorg Dane Iorg ...  Himself - Kansas City Royals Pinch Hitter 2 episodes, 1985
Charlie Leibrandt Charlie Leibrandt ...  Himself - Kansas City Royals Pitcher 2 episodes, 1985
John Tudor John Tudor ...  Himself - St. Louis Cardinals Pitcher 2 episodes, 1985
John Wathan John Wathan ...  Himself - Kansas City Royals Pinch Hitter / ... 2 episodes, 1985
Todd Worrell Todd Worrell ...  Himself - St. Louis Cardinals Pitcher 2 episodes, 1985
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The Kansas City Royals beat the St. Louis Cardinals in seven games.

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19 October 1985 (USA) See more »

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This series will be forever remembered for a badly blown call by first base umpire Don Derrikinger. Jorge Orta of Kansas City hit a slow roller to first base. The ball was tossed to relief pitcher Todd Worrell of the Cardinals, who appeared to step on first base well before Orta. Orta was called safe, and Worrell protested, followed by Cardinals manager Whitey Herzog. The Royals rally continued, and they took the series the next day in Game seven. See more »

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Follows 1969 World Series (1969) See more »

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