If those BYU boys are as good as you say they are, maybe they should be No. 1.
MARGARET FRENCH, Elk Grove, Calif.
You can't describe World Series pitching domination without mentioning the 1966 Orioles' sweep of the Dodgers. Baltimore used only four pitchers, who collectively gave up two runs and 17 hits. They had an ERA of 0.50 and a batting average against of .142. In Game 1, Los Angeles scored twice off Dave McNally before Moe Drabowsky (right), the only reliever the Orioles used, shut down the Dodgers over 6? innings—striking out II, including a World Series record-tying six in a row. Jim Palmer, Wally Bunker and McNally followed with complete-game shutouts against Sandy Koufax, Claude Osteen and Don Drysdale, respectively.
BOB IRVIN, Libertyville, Ill.