Early in the 1960s baseball saw great pitching from Sandy Koufax and Don Drysdale, but it was Bob Gibson who crushed the Red Sox's hope of a World Series in 1967.
1968 Baseball Season
Known as "The Year of the Pitchter," the 1968 baseball season featured the Detroit Tigers winning their first Series since 1945. The league-leading hitter only eked out a .301 average. See other highlights of the 1968 baseball season.