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Thirteen World Series records were set or tied when the Blue Jays and the Phillies combined for 29 runs in Game 4. But as the score book marginalia show, not all of the magic moments in this game were historic in nature
After Williams came on, the Jays got three hits and a walk and plated five runs.
Two batters into his latest appearance, West still had a career World Series ERA of infinity.
Gaston wanted the lefthander Castillo, but the righthander Eichhorn showed up.
Stottlemyre nearly knocked himself out when he slid chin-first into third base.
It seemed as if the Blue Jays were giving up when they let Castillo bat for himself.
Six batters walked in the first inning, with Stottlemyre issuing four of the passes.
The longest nine-inning night game in major league history filially ended at 12:28 a.m.
One run even scored when a batter, Daulton, was hit by a pitch with the bases loaded.
The tobacco-spewing Dykstra nearly duplicated Reggie's three-homer Series game.