Newsreel clip highlighting games 3 and 4 of baseball's 1963 World Series. Clip opens with overhead view of 56,000 fans packed into Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles. Yankee pitcher Jim Bouton and Dodgers pitcher Don Drysdale chat before the game. Brief closeup of Bouton. Dodgers score only run of the game when Tommy Davis' single scores Jim Gilliam. Brief closeup of Drysdale. Drysdale completes shutout by getting Yankees' Joe Pepitone to fly out to deep right field in the ninth inning. Drysdale mobbed by teammates. Yankees pitcher Whitey Ford and Dodgers pitcher Sandy Koufax -- both Hall of Famers -- chat before game four. Frank Howard scores Dodgers' first run with a home run to left field in the fourth inning. Mickey Mantle ties the game with a homer off Koufax in the seventh. Dodgers score ultimate winning run when a fly ball by Willie Davis scores Gilliam. Dodger fans cheer as Koufax strikes out Tom Tresh and Mantle in the ninth and gets final out on a ground ball by Hector Lopez. Dodger players mob Koufax, celebrate in dressing room. This was the first time ever the Yankees were swept four straight games in a World Series.
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