Sport: Internal Strife at the World Series

The roof's the limit for Herzog's Cardinals and Kelly's Twins

Indoor baseball has finally made it to the World Series, along with the Minnesota Twins (ne Washington Senators) and St. Louis Cardinals. The Cardinals' once again coming through dire circumstances is a drama without suspense, but the Twins are a thorough surprise. Over 84 fall classics, only the 1973 New York Mets lost more games along the way (81 to 78). In both instances, first at Cincinnati and now Detroit, the playoff victim was Sparky Anderson, who has penned a small couplet on upsets: "It ain't no fun when the rabbit's got the gun."

Tom Kelly, the major leagues' youngest manager...

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