PITTSBURGH PIRATES BASEBALL - 2 Bob Skinner, Roberto Clemente, Yogi Berra all make hits in the Pittsburgh Pirates season opener against the New York Yankees. The fans cheer for the home team. NOTE: Reporter voice-over requires additional clearances.
PITTSBURGH PIRATES BASEBALL - 3 Bill Mazeroski and Elston Howard make hits in the Pittsburgh Pirates season opener against the New York Yankees. NOTE: Reporter voice-over requires additional clearances.
PITTSBURGH PIRATES BASEBALL Fans pour into Forbes Field stadium to watch Pittsburgh Pirates season opener against the New York Yankees. Managers Danny Murtaugh and Casey Stengel shake hands pre-game. Roger Maris homers off of Vern Law. A double by Dick Groat ties the score. NOTE: Reporter voice-over requires additional clearances.
CARDINALS BEAT YANKEES IN WORLD SERIES The St. Louis Cardinals beat the New York Yankees in the final game of the 1964 World Series. Highlights include Mel Stottlemyer pitching, a wild throw to first base and the Cardinal team celebrating their win.
1958 WORLD SERIES Highlights of World Series contests in Milwaukee, as the Braves take a 2-game lead over New York. In the trill-packed opener, despite 2 Yankee home runs, Milwaukee sends the game into extra innings, and Billy Bruton breaks it up with a liner off Ryne Duren to send home the winning run.
NEW YORK WINS SERIES In the seventh game of the World Series, the Yankees erupt in the eighth inning. With the score 2-2, and two out, Berra doubles, and scores on Howard's single. Carey follows with another single, and Moose Skowron raps a home run over the left field fence to put the Yankees ahead 6-2.
YANKEES WIN 1947 WORLD SERIES HIGHLIGHTS In the seventh game of the most exciting and closely-fought series in baseball history, the N.Y. Yankees cop the classic and win, 4-3. The astounding Brooklyn Dodgers bounce back time after time to even the series up, and this dramatic round-up of the highlights shows the thrill plays of the 1947 super-duper diamond clash.
YANKEES TRAIN AS RASCHI JOINS CARDS Yankees start spring training in St. Petersburg. Casey Stengel takes a look at the World's Champions and sees a host of talent he hopes will carry the team to a 6th straight series triumph. Missing from the scene is ace pitcher Vic Raschi, now wearing Cardinal uniform, who works out under the eye of Manager Eddie Stanky.
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