WORLD SERIES 1964 GAME SEVEN The seventh and final game of the World Series sees the St. Louis Cardinals take the championship from their Yankee American League competition. PLEASE NOTE: VIDEO & AUDIO OF NEWS ANCHORS & REPORTERS IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR LICENSING.
WORLD SERIES 1964 GAMES THREE, FOUR & FIVE Game three of the World Series goes to the New York Yankees as they take on the St. Louis Cardinals and Mickey Mantle hits the first pitch into the stands. Game four goes to the Cardinals when Ken Boyer blasts a grand slam homer. The fifth game and the Cards win. PLEASE NOTE: VIDEO & AUDIO OF NEWS ANCHORS & REPORTERS IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR LICENSING.
WORLD SERIES 1964 GAME ONE After winning the National League race the St. Louis Cardinals take on the New York Yankees and win the opening game of baseball's World Series. PLEASE NOTE: VIDEO & AUDIO OF NEWS ANCHORS & REPORTERS IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR LICENSING.
1952 WORLD SERIES HIGHLIGHTS Exterior shot of Ebbets Field, highlights of game 7 of the 1952 World Series. Pee Wee Reese singles home a run for Brooklyn, Mickey Mantle homers for the Yankees, Billy Martin makes a lunging catch of Jackie Robinson's pop up. The Yankees mob each other while running off the field after winning the series. Brooklyn manager Charlie Dressen congratulates Yankee skipper Casey Stengel in the clubhouse. Lots of crowd scenes
FINAL GAME 1957 WORLD SERIES Detailed footage from game seven of the 1957 World Series between the Milwaukee Braves and the New York Yankees at Yankee Stadium. Includes shots of Eddie Mathews hitting off of Don Larsen, Hank Aaron hitting off Bobby Shantz. The Braves mob pitcher Lew Burdette after the final out is made.
RETIRING THE BABE'S NUMBER High quality vintage footage of fans outside of Yankee Stadium to celebrate Babe Ruth Day months before his death. Frail Ruth waves to the crowd from the dugout and on the field. Other shots include the Babe's locker and a plaque in his honor in center field at Yankee Stadium. Kids view artwork of the Bab
JOE DIMAGGIO 0Fine footage of 's career including him signing autographs for young fans. There are nice shots of him hitting a home run and sliding into second for a double. Joe fields a ball in center and throws it back in. There are also shots of him hitting safely during his 56-game hitting streak in 1941. 1930's/
JOE DIMAGGIO IS HONORED A fine montage of shots from a special ceremony at Yankee Stadium honoring Joe DiMaggio include him walking out of the dugout, a crowded field, him in front of a new car, and shaking hands with manager Joe McCarthy of the Red Sox.
THE BABE REMEMBERED A nice montage of shots covering Babe Ruth's career both on the field and off. The Babe hits several home runs, grips the bat, dresses as a cowboy, king and Santa Claus, is surrounded by cheering kids, signs a contract with Yankee owner Jacob Ruppert sitting alongside, leaves the hospital with his wife. A memorial plaque in his honor is unveiled at Yankee Stadium.1920's-
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