1957 World Series game 1 baseball between New York Yankees and Milwaukee Braves at Yankee Stadium in New York. People crowd outside the stadium. The spectators enter the stadium to watch the game. The fans seated in the stands. Yankees manager Casey Stengel and Braves manager Fred Haney pose. The spectators in the stand. Legion Junior League star Freddy Prox throws in the game ball to start the game. The baseball game underway. Warren Spahn of Braves pitching in the 5th inning as Jerry Coleman gets his second hit with a single. With two outs, Hank Bauer hits a double to center field past Hank Aaron, and Coleman scores the first run of the game. in the 6th Inning Yankees' Nelson Howard hits a single. Yogi Berra is walked by Spahn. Andy Carey then gets a single and Howard scores, making the score 2-0 Yankees leading. Next shows more fans cheering, then Jerry Coleman facing Braves pitcher Ernie Johnson. Johnson bunts and Yogi Berra scores from third. In the 7th inning, Wes Covington hits a double off of pitcher Whitey Ford. Covington later scores, but the Braves fall to the Yankees by a score of 3 to 1.
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