St Louis Cardinals beat New York Yankees to win 1964 Baseball World Series
St. Louis Missouri USA Date:1964, October 15 Duration:1 min 40 sec Sound:Yes
Newsreel clip entitled "Cards Trump Yanks," showing game 7 of baseball's 1964 World Series. Sportsman's Park in St. Louis filled to capacity. Cardinals score when in fourth inning when wild throw to first base brings home Ken Boyer. With Mel Stottlemyre pitching for Yankees, Cardinals pull a double steal, allowing Tim McCarver to score. Dal Maxvill drives in a run with single to right. Yankees great Mickey Mantle hits three-run homer in the sixth inning, cutting Cardinals lead to 6-3. Ken Boyer connects for homer in the seventh, making it 7-3. Yankees hit two home runs in the ninth but Cardinals pitcher Bob Gibson bears down to get final out on popup by Bobby Richardson. Cardinals mob Gibson, celebrate the team's first World Championship since 1946.
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