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Laimbeer throws a couple of elbows and cuts Larry's chin. Bird responds by scoring 31 points in the second half of game 2 of the 1985 ECSF. Never a great idea to get Larry fired up. He scored 42 points in total.
On Thursday, NESN and FOX Sports Detroit teamed up during Red Sox Gameday Live to give fans a look into the lasting connection, respect and friendship between Dennis Eckersley and Kirk Gibson, as they near the 30th anniversary of an iconic baseball memory. For more: https://nesn.com/boston-red-sox/
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10/15/88: Vin Scully calls Kirk Gibson's full at-bat that finishes with a legendary walk-off homer during Game 1 of the World Series
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