St. Louis Cardinals baseball team beats Philadelphia Athletics in game 4 of 1930 World Series
Saint Louis Missouri USA Date:1930, October 5 Duration:1 min 29 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Newsreel clip entitled "Record Crowds See Cards and Mackmen Battle for Title." Contains highlights from game 4 of baseball's 1930 World Series. Long shot of crowds packing the stands of Sportsman's Park in St. Louis Missouri. A's players walk onto the field. Three A's players, including Hall of Fame outfielder Al Simmons in the middle, talking and smiling. Close up of A's manager and part-owner Connie Mack (in suit) talking to Cardinals manager Gabby Street. Shots of crowd. Cardinal pitcher and Hall of Famer Jesse Haines gives up single to Simmons in first inning, scoring Max Bishop. A's pitcher and Hall of Famer Lefty Grove gives up third-inning triple to Cardinals' Charlie Gelbert, who scores on a single by Haines. In the fourth inning, Ray Blades and Gelbert score on Cardinal hits. Cardinals go on to win the game, 3-1, but would lose the World Series, four games to two.
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