In this Oct. 27, 1985, file photo, Kansas City third baseman George Brett, center left, and others get cold champagne from a tub in the Royals locker room to celebrate after their World Series win over St. Louis in Kansas City, Mo. The rest of the players are unidentified. // 2. Blown call at first (AP Photo/John Swart, File)

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In this Oct. 27, 1985, file photo, Kansas City third baseman George Brett, center left, and others get cold champagne from a tub in the Royals locker room to celebrate after their World Series win over St. Louis in Kansas City, Mo. The rest of the players are unidentified.

The Kansas City Royals trailed the St. Louis Cardinals 3-2 in the 1985 World Series and were heading into the bottom of the ninth inning in game 6 down 1-0. Royals outfielder Jorge Orta led off the inning by grounding the ball to Cardinals first baseman Jack Clark, who flipped the ball to pitcher Todd Worrell. While replays showed Orta was out, umpire Denkinger called Orta safe. The ruling sparked a game 6 comeback for the home side and they eventually won their first and only championship with an 11-0 pasting of the Cards in game 7.

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