Today is the 30th anniversary of the Milwaukee Brewers first World Series game. In Game 1 of the 1982 Series the Brewers faced the St. Louis Cardinals and won BIG: 10-0! Paul Molitor, the Brewers lead-off hitter, the Ignitor (and of course future Hall of Famer and holder of 3,319 career hits) got five hits in the game. He still is the only player to have ever done that. The game was also a 3-hit shutout for Mike Caldwell: a masterpiece. It's also interesting to note that Molitor didn't go 5 for 5, but 5 for 6. He made the first out of the game when he grounded out to Tom Herr in the first.
Now I could say "unfortunately" and list what happened next for the Brewers that October and for the next 30 years... but I'm not going to do that.
Instead... what a great game! It's a game worth keeping score and then framing the scorecard. We'll always have October 12, 1982.