1976 in baseball

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*World Series: Cincinnati Reds over New York Yankees (4-0); Johnny Bench, MVPwikipedia
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1976 Big League World Series

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The 1976 Big League World Series took place from August 14–21 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States.

1976 Senior League World Series

1976Senior League World Series
The 1976 Senior League World Series took place from August 17–21 in Gary, Indiana, United States.

Naranjeros de Hermosillo

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They were the first Mexican team to win the Caribbean Series in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic in 1976.

Charlie Finley

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(The mule died in 1976, at age 20.)

Roger Moret

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Rogelio "Roger" Moret Torres (born September 16, 1949) is a former Major League Baseball pitcher who played for the Boston Red Sox (1970–1975), Atlanta Braves (1976) and Texas Rangers (1977–1978).

Danny Thompson (baseball)

Danny Thompson
Danny Leon Thompson (February 1, 1947 – December 10, 1976) was a college and professional baseball player, a major league shortstop from 1970 to 1976.

1976 World Series

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*World Series: Cincinnati Reds over New York Yankees (4-0); Johnny Bench, MVP

Cincinnati Reds

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*World Series: Cincinnati Reds over New York Yankees (4-0); Johnny Bench, MVP

New York Yankees

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*World Series: Cincinnati Reds over New York Yankees (4-0); Johnny Bench, MVP

Johnny Bench

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*World Series: Cincinnati Reds over New York Yankees (4-0); Johnny Bench, MVP

1976 Major League Baseball All-Star Game

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*All-Star Game, July 13 at Veterans Stadium: National League, 7-1; George Foster, MVP

Veterans Stadium

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*All-Star Game, July 13 at Veterans Stadium: National League, 7-1; George Foster, MVP

George Foster (baseball)

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*All-Star Game, July 13 at Veterans Stadium: National League, 7-1; George Foster, MVP