Detroit Tigers: Al Kaline, Willie Horton recount 1968 World Series run

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Detroit Tigers: Al Kaline, Willie Horton recount 1968 World Series run
Detroit Tigers: Al Kaline, Willie Horton recount 1968 World Series run

A look at the six games this season in which the Tigers have failed to score at least two runs. There are moments that you don't want to end. Voices you want to hear forever. Stories that can't be told too many times. “I thought we were a better team in '67 than '68,” Al Kaline said on Monday afternoon, as the Detroit Tigers kicked off a season-long 50th anniversary celebration of their 1968 World Series title. “When we lost that last game (in '67), I saw Al Kaline with tears in his eyes — Willie Horton with tears in his eyes,” Jim Price said. “Here I was, a young kid from Pittsburgh, that really touched me. ... Going into '68, we knew we were the best team.” “We went on and took care of business,”

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