Newsreel clip on game 7 of baseball's 1962 World Series between San Francisco Giants and New York Yankees. View of 44,000 fans jamming Candlestick Park for this deciding game. In the fifth inning, Yankees' Bill Skowron singles to left field. Clete Boyer's single (fielded by Willie Mays) sends Skowron to third. After a walk, Giant pitcher Jack Sanford gets the Yankees' Tony Kubek to hit into a double play that scores Skowron. View of scoreboard with ad for Taryton Cigarettes. In seventh, the Giants' Willie Mays hits a long drive toward the left-field corner but Yankees' Tom Tresh makes running catch. Next up, Willie McCovey hits a triple to deep center field over Mickey Mantle's head. But Yankee pitcher Ralph Terry strikes out Orlando Cepeda to end the threat. In ninth, with Yankees leading 1-0, Giants' Matty Alou bunts an infield single. Two outs later, Willie Mays approaches batter box, hits a double down the right-field line. Yankee outfielder Roger Maris stops the ball and throws it in, preventing Alou from coming around third to score tying run. Crowd cheers. Terry pitches, Giants' Willie McCovey hits line drive right at Yankees Bobby Richardson, who catches it to end the game and clinch the title for the Yankees. Yankees mob pitcher Terry on field. Announcer notes this is the Yankees' 20th world championship.
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