Tim Lincecum of the San Francisco Giants was the winning pitcher in the final game of the 2010 World Series.
Prior to the 2007 World Series, the last Red Sox pitcher to get a base hit in a World Series game was Bill Lee in Game 7 of the 1975 World Series.
The Tigers beat the Cardinal 4-2 in game 5, the last game of the 2006 World Series. Jeff Weaver was the winning pitcher.
Phillies pitcher Brad Lidge struck out Rays batter Eric Hinske for the last out of the 2008 World Series.
The last (& only) pitcher to hit a grand slam home run in the World Series is Dave Mc Nally of the Baltimore Orioles. He did it to win game 3 (vs Cincinnati October 13, 1970) of the 1970 World Series.
In the 1926 World Series, St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Pete Alexander won game 2 by retiring the last 21 Yankee batters.
Grant Jackson of the Pirates.
The question has an error it. It was the 1980 World Series I was thinking of My apologies.
There are 13 pitchers tied with 3 wins in a single world series. The last to do it was Randy Johnson in 2001.
Through the 2010 World Series, that was Joe Blanton of the Philadelphia Phillies in Game 4 of the 2008 World Series.
Derek Lowe, Boston Red Sox.
I presume you mean a STARTING pitcher, listed as such on the initial lineup. When a reliever comes in, it's not unusual for the manager to remove a fielder and place the pitcher in the batting order such that he would be the ninth batter the next time his team comes to bat -- meaning the reliever might be anywhere from first to ninth. Even during the regular season, and even when a pitcher is a very good hitter (Don Newcombe hit .359 in 1955, and was used as a pinch hitter 23 times), placing the starting pitcher anywhere but ninth in the initial batting order is EXTREMELY rare (other than Tony LaRussa). The only recorded time this happened in a World Series was Game 4 of the 1918 Series. No surprise -- Babe Ruth was the pitcher, and he batted sixth.
The New York Yankees defeated the New York Mets, 4 games to 1, to win the 2000 World Series. The winning pitcher in Game 5 was Yankees reliever Mike Stanton.
The Boston Red Sox beat the St. Louis Cardinals in game 4, the final game of the 2004 World Series 3-0. The Winning pitcher was Derek Lowe.
The Chicago White Sox beat the Los Angeles Dodgers 9-3 in game 6, the final game of the 1959 World Series. Larry Sherry was the winning pitcher.
Red Sox pitcher Johnathan Papelbon struck out Rockies batter Seth Smith swinging to end the 2007 World Series.
Orlando Palmeiro pinch hit for Astros pitcher Brad Lidge and grounded out to Uribe for the final out of the 2005 World Series.
Jim Beattie in Game 5 of the 1978 World Series against the Los Angeles Dodgers, winning 12-2.