YANKS WIN 1956 WORLD SERIES With the Series tied at 3 games each, the Yanks' Johnny Kucks shuts out Brooklyn, as the New Yorkers' bats slam out four home-runs, including 2 by Berra, and a grand-slammer by Skowron. A decisive ending to a see-saw World Series, as the Yankees score 9 runs, to regain the World Championship of baseball.
1960 WORLD SERIES Highlights of the 1960 World Series include Bobby Richardson's grand slam home run for a Yankees win. A sensational catch by Pittsburgh's Bill Virdon leads to a win by the Pirates. A Roger Marris home run can't get the Yankees ahead and the Pirates lead the series three to two. NOTE: Reporter voice-over requires additional clearances.
ALTHEA GIBSON WINS WIMBLEDON Althea Gibson wins the 1957 Wimbledon Women's Singles Championship. After the match she congratulates her opponent, Darlene Hard. Queen Elizabeth presents her with her trophy.
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