St. Louis Cardinals fans can relive the World Championship run as FSN Midwest replays the Cardinals' four victories in the 2006 World Series beginning this Friday, December 15.
Each World Series replay is the original FOX Sports broadcast, with Joe Buck and Tim McCarver calling the action.
The Series starts with Game 1 on Friday, Dec. 15. Games 3 and 4 air on back-to-back nights, Monday, Dec. 18 and Tuesday, Dec. 19. Game 5 replays Friday, Dec. 22, seven weeks from the day the Cardinals completed their World Series triumph over the Detroit Tigers.
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Coverage starts each night at
with a 30-minute pre-game special, followed by the game from .
"We're excited to deliver this holiday gift to Cardinals fans, who get the chance to once again experience four great nights that captured a 10th World Championship," said Jack Donovan, FSN Midwest General Manager and Vice President.
World Series replays air exclusively on FSN Midwest, which will telecast 132 Cardinals games 2007 under a new television agreement announced by the team last week. FSN Midwest's World Series replays are presented in cooperation with Major League Baseball Productions.
2006 WORLD SERIES REPLAYS ON FSN
Friday, Dec. 15 at
Game 1 – Cardinals 7, Tigers 2
Oct. 21 – Reyes shuts down
Monday, Dec. 18 at
Game 3 – Cardinals 5, Tigers 0
Oct. 24 – Carpenter dominates;
Tuesday, Dec. 19 at
Game 4 – Cardinals 5, Tigers 4
Thursday, Oct. 26 – Eckstein's four hits lead comeback win
Friday, Dec. 22 at
Game 5 – Cardinals 4, Tigers 2
Friday, Oct. 27 – Cardinals win 10th World Championship, at home; Weaver goes eight strong; Eckstein named Series MVP