HOOVER WATCHES GAME THREE OF 1931 WORLD SERIES Hoover sees the Cardinals trounce the Athletics in the third game of the World Series in Philadelphia, PA. -- timely hitting, and brilliant field play mark the second straight victory of Gabby Street's St. Louis nine over Connie Mack's boys. The chief executive, and ardent fan, watches the American League entry for the first time lose a contest which he attends.
Date: 1931 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Video: DV Length: 00:01:42:00, No Audio
1934 WORLD SERIES - GAME ONE The St. Louis Cardinals beat the Detroit Tigers 8 – 3 in Game One of the World Series thanks largely to Dizzy Dean’s pitching arm and Joe “Ducky” Medwick’s batting spree. After the game Dizzy correctly predicts the Cardinals will win the World Series.
KEN BOYER ON METS TRADE - 1965 St. Louis Cardinals veteran Ken Boyer expresses his dismay at being traded to the New York Mets. Boyer was traded for third baseman Charley Smith and pitcher Al Jackson after the Cardinals had a rough season.
Date: October 20, 1965 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:00:51:00, With Audio
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.
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.
ALL-STAR GAME OF 1964 The 35th All-Star baseball game gets under way at New York's Shea Stadium. The teams continually tie until the 9th inning when Johnny Callison hits a fast ball into the right field scoring three home runs and the game 7-4 for the National League.
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