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First World Series Game 7 Since '11 Should Be Ratings Boon

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 10 / 29 / 14

MLB tonight will have its first World Series Game 7 since Cardinals-Rangers went the distance in '11. That series finished on a Friday night, with Game 7 drawing a 14.7 final rating and 25.4 million viewers. Tonight is the fifth Game 7 since the World Series was canceled in '94. Listed below is a Wo...

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