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Thu, 1964-10-15

On October 15, 1964, Bob Gibson of the St. Louis Cardinals allows three home runs but still manages to win the seventh game of the World Series against the New York Yankees. Mickey Mantle, Phil Linz, and Clete Boyer homer for the Yankees, who drop a 7-5 decision.

 

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1964 World Series, Bob Gibson, Clete Boyer, Mickey Mantle, Phil Linz

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