On Oct. 21, 1980, the Philadelphia Phillies beat the Kansas City Royals 4-1 to win the sixth game of the World Series and clinch the championship for Philly. It was the Phils' first title.
Here's Tug McGraw throwing the last pitch of the series to strike out Willie Wilson and give the Phillies the championship. Steve Carlton got the win. McGraw got the last six outs to record the save.
Mike Schmidt, who had a two-run single in the clinching game, was named Series MVP. He hit .381 (8 for 21) in the six games with two homers, seven RBIs and he walked three times.
Here are highlights of Schmidt's 1980 Series performance, including all of his hits and RBIs.