DODGERS WIN WORLD SERIES The Dodgers take the Yankees in four straight games. In the third game Junior Gilliam is brought home by Tommy Davis for the only score of the game and Don Drysdale goes on to silence the mighty Yankee bats. In the final game Frank Howard homers to put the Dodgers ahead and Mickey Mantle comes back to tie it up with another home run. Then, Gilliam reaches third on an error and is brought home with a sacrifice fly to center by Willy Davis. Then Sandy Koufax, hero of the first game, makes matchsticks out of the mighty Yankee bats. The Dodger team celebrates in the locker room.
NATIONAL LEAGUE WINS ALL-STAR GAME - 1955 The National League wins the 22nd all-star game with a 6-5 score in the 12th inning thanks to a home run hit by Stan Musial that arches high into the bleachers behind right field. Musial then lopes around the bases and is greeted by his cheering team at home plate.
Date: July 12, 1955 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:01:20:00, No Audio
22ND ALL STAR SERIES - 1955 The 22nd All Star game gets under way in Milwaukee. Cleveland's Al Lopez and New York's Leo Durocher match managerial wits in the heart stopping game that sees the favored National Leaguers come from behind to win a twelve inning game when Stan Musial clouts a homer to break the tie 6-5.
Date: July 12, 1955 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:01:11:00, With Audio
1933 WORLD SERIES - GAME ONE The Giants and the Senators go toe to toe in Game One of the World Series while the crowds at the New York Polo Grounds cheer them on. Highlights of the game include Mel Ott's first inning homer and Goose Goslin's four sacker.
ANGELS DEFEAT TORONTO BLUE JAYS - 1996 Toronto Blue Jay Juan Guzman and his team couldn't stop the California Angels from defeating them 2-1 in front of the smallest crowd in SkyDome history. Guzman got two quick outs in the ninth before Garret Anderson hit a home run in the ninth inning winning the game for the Angels.
Date: April 11, 1996 - COLOR Source: Video: DV Length: 00:00:59:00, No Audio
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
BABE RUTH HITTING A HOME RUN Babe Ruth hits several homers, including what is purported by a narrator to be his 60th. Shots are connected by locomotive train wheel transitions, as well as fans cheering in the stands. The Babe's sixtieth home run is covered in a single shot from the time he hits it to his touching home plat
BABE RUTH'S CAREER Fans cheer wildly as Babe Ruth appears for Yankee Stadium's 25th Anniversary. The Babe addresses the crowd in a gravelly voice ravaged by throat cancer. There is also a brief montage of shots from Babe's career, including homers, doubles and strikeouts
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.
THE COOKIE GAME- 1947 WORLD SERIES Bill Bevens pitches the ball to Cookie Lavagetto who knocks it out of the park. The play ended the no-hitter and won the 4th game of the 1947 World Series for the Dodgers.
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