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Dane Iorg

Dane Iorg
MLB Player information
NameDane Iorg
PositionOutfielder / First baseman
BatsLeft
ThrowsRight
MLB debutApril 9, 1977 for the Philadelphia Phillies
Last MLB appearanceOctober 4, 1986 for the San Diego Padres
Career statistics
Batting average.276
Home runs14
Runs batted in216
Teams
*Philadelphia Phillies (1977) *St. Louis Cardinals (1977-1984) *Kansas City Royals (1984-1985) *San Diego Padres (1986)

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Dane Charles Iorg ( " "; born May 11, 1950 in Eureka, California) is a retired Major League Baseball infielder and outfielder. He played for ten seasons (1977 - 1986) for four teams, including eight seasons for the St. Louis Cardinals. He is the brother of former third basemen Garth Iorg; they played against each other in the 1985 American League Championship Series.

Iorg is perhaps best known for his game-winning hit in game 6 of the 1985 World Series as a member of the Kansas City Royals against his old team, St. Louis (which led the series three games to two at the time). While this game is best remembered for first-base umpire Don Denkinger's controversial "safe" call of Royals hitter Jorge Orta on a ground ball to lead off the bottom of the ninth, Iorg batted later in the inning with one out and the bases loaded, and the Royals still trailing 1-0. ABC Network's Al Michaels had the call: "And that's a looper hit into right field for a base hit! Concepcion scores. Here comes Sundberg, here's the throw. HE SCORES! We go to a seventh!"

The Royals went on to win game seven 11-0 and give Kansas City their only World Series championship, as the Cardinals clearly had not recovered from the ninth inning of game six.

Iorg was primarily a pinch hitter during the 1985 World Series, and his winning hit was one of only two at-bats he had for the entire series.

In the 1982 World Series, Iorg played for the Cardinals, primarily as their World Series designated hitter (the entire 1982 World Series was played under American League rules) and batted .529 with 9 hits in 17 at bats as the Cardinals defeated the Milwaukee Brewers in seven games.

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The wild and crazy 9th inning of Game 6 of the 1985 World Series featured what is probably the most infamous umpire call in postseason history. And yet, when...
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The greatest moment at Kauffman Stadium is game 6 of the 1985 World Series. Honorable mention: Nolan Ryan's first no-hitter 1973 All-Star Game 1977 A.L.C.S. ...
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Dane and Gay Iorg were a blast to be with on the Legacy Retreat in Costa Rica. Dane is one of the most positive, fun people I have ever had the chance to kno...
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'85 World Series goat Don Denkinger: It's 'a sick feeling' - The Detroit News (blog) Tweet this news
The Detroit News (blog)--Denkinger's call, meanwhile, opened the door for a Royals rally, and, on -Dane Iorg's- pinch-hit, two-run single to right field, they won the game, 2-1, ... - Date : Thu, 03 Jun 2010 14:57:08 GMT+00:00

St. Louis Cardinals 1982 World Series Champions

1 Ozzie Smith * 5 Mike Ramsey * 10 Ken Oberkfell * 11 Glenn Brummer * 15 Darrell Porter (World Series MVP) * 18 Gene Tenace * 19 Dane Iorg * 22 David Green * 25 George Hendrick * 26 Steve Braun * 27 Lonnie Smith * 28 Tom Herr * 31 Bob Forsch * 32 Jeff Lahti * 36 Jim Kaat * 37 Keith Hernandez * 39 Dave LaPoint * 40 Doug Bair * 42 Bruce Sutter * 47 Joaquín Andújar * 48 John Stuper * 51 Willie McGee
Manager 24 Whitey Herzog
Coaches: 2 Red Schoendienst * 3 Dave Ricketts * 4 Chuck Hiller * 8 Hal Lanier * 9 Hub Kittle

Kansas City Royals 1985 World Series Champions

1 Buddy Biancalana * 2 Onix Concepción * 3 Jorge Orta * 4 Greg Pryor * 5 George Brett * 6 Willie Wilson * 8 Jim Sundberg * 9 Dane Iorg * 11 Hal McRae * 12 John Wathan * 15 Pat Sheridan * 20 Frank White * 21 Lonnie Smith * 23 Mark Gubicza * 24 Darryl Motley * 25 Danny Jackson * 26 Steve Farr * 27 Joe Beckwith * 29 Dan Quisenberry * 31 Bret Saberhagen (World Series MVP) * 35 Lynn Jones * 37 Charlie Leibrandt * 40 Bud Black * 45 Steve Balboni * Jamie Quirk
Manager 10 Dick Howser
Coaches: Gary Blaylock * Mike Ferraro * José Martínez * Lee May * Jimmie Schaffer



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