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Audio Recordings - Historic
Radio Broadcasts (1930's - 1959)

Complete Game Broadcast Recordings

(CD's $19.95 each)

The Miley CollectionRelive summer evenings listening to complete game radio broadcasts from The Miley Collection. Listed below, you'll find our collection of historic broadcasts, starting with the oldest known recording from July 10, 1934. The games are listed by date, with team names and the final score. You'll also find the announcers' names in parentheses. Whether you choose a vintage game or our latest offering, you'll be swept up in the excitement. After all, it's baseball!

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Complete Game Broadcast Recordings

1920's |1930's | 1940's | 1950's
1960's | 1970's | 1980's

1920's

1926
Oct. 10

St. Louis 3, New York (AL) 2. A recreation of Game 7 of the World Series at Yankee Stadium. Alexander fans Lazzeri with two outs and bases loaded in seventh. Ruth homers for Yankees. (Wells, Nelson)
#2790

1930's

1934
July 10

American League 9, National League 7. Hubbell strikes out Ruth, Gehrig, Foxx, Simmons and Cronin consecutively as the NL jumps to a 4-0 lead before the AL explodes for six runs in the fifth. Averill has double, triple and three RBIs to pace AL at Polo Grounds. Oldest known complete game in existence. (McNamee, Bond, Manning)
#2391

1934
Sept. 20

New York (AL) 11, Detroit 7. Yankees close gap on first-place Tigers' in slugfest at Navin Field. (Tyson)
#1000

1934
Oct. 3

St. Louis 8, Detroit 3. Dizzy Dean beats the Tigers in Game 1 of the World Series at Navin Field. Medwick leads the Cards' attack with four hits. (McNamee, Bond, Manning)
#2230

1934
Oct. 4

Detroit 3, St. Louis 2. The Tigers score in ninth and 12th innings to beat Cards at Navin Field and even World Series at one game apiece. Schoolboy Rowe hurls complete game for Detroit. (Husing, Laux, Flanagan)
#2747

1934
Oct. 6

Detroit 10, St. Louis 4. Greenberg's double in seventh puts Tigers ahead to stay in Game 4 of World Series at Sportsman's Park. Dizzy Dean, pinch running in fourth, is knocked unconscious while trying to break up double play. (Flanagan, Husing, Laux)
#2447

1934
Oct. 8

St. Louis 4, Detroit 3. Daffy Dean helps his own cause with RBI single in seventh as Cardinals win Game 6 at Navin Field, even World Series at three games apiece. (Husing, Flanagan, Laux)
#2658

1934
Oct. 9

St. Louis 11, Detroit 0. Dizzy Dean blanks the Tigers on six hits in as the Cards capture the seventh game of the World Series. (NBC, CBS networks)
#1078

1935
July 8

American League 4, National League 1. Foxx homers and drives in three runs as the AL wins the All-Star Game at Clevelands Municipal Stadium. Gomez gives up only three hits in six innings. (Vanderpyl, Elson)
#2130

1935
Oct. 4

Detroit 6, Chicago (NL) 5. Cubs tie game with two runs in last of ninth, but Tigers score in 11th to win Game 3 of World Series at Wrigley Field. (Barber, Elson)
#2324

1935
Oct. 7

Detroit 4, Chicago (NL) 3. Goslin’s single in last of ninth lifts Tigers over Cubs in Game 6 of World Series at Navin Field. Win gives Detroit first World Series title after four losses. (Carter, Totten, Tyson)
#2574

1936
July 7

National League 4, American League 3. After dropping the first three All-Star games, the NL finally wins one. Shutout pitching by Dizzy Dean and Hubbell helps the cause at Braves Field in Boston. Gehrig homers for the AL. (Travers, Hoey)
#2370

1936
July 29

Chicago (AL) 7, Philadelphia (AL) 5. White Sox battle back from five-run deficit to beat Connie Mack's Athletics at Comiskey Park. (Totten)
#2784

1936
July 30

Chicago (AL) 7, Philadelphia (AL) 4. A vintage old-time game featuring Connie Mack's A's. (Totten)
#2220

1936
July 31

Boston 7, Chicago (AL) 3. Foxx belts double, triple and homer as Grove beats Lyons in battle of future Hall-of Famers at Comiskey Park. (Watson, Payne, Totten)
#2865

1936
Aug. 2

Chicago (AL) 9, Boston 1. Appling has four hits as White Sox beat Red Sox in first game of twinbill at Comiskey Park. Oldest known Red Sox broadcast. (Totten)
#1479

1936
Aug. 2

Chicago (AL) 12, Boston 11. White Sox battle back from a 10-1 deficit to win second game of doubleheader in 12 innings at Comiskey Park. (Totten)
#2791

1936
Aug. 4

St. Louis 6, Chicago (NL) 1. Mize’s three hits, including homer, help Cards win battle of NL leaders at Wrigley Field. (Totten)
#2697

1936
Sept. 30

New York (NL) 6, New York (AL) 1. Hubbell ends Yankees streak of 12 consecutive World Series contests won in Game 1 at Polo Grounds. (Brown, Manning, Tyson)
#2821

1936
Oct. 1

Chicago (AL) 5, Chicago (NL) 1. White Sox win Game 1 of City Series at Wrigley Field on way to four-game sweep of Cubs. (Watson, Palmer)
#2840

1936
Oct. 2

Chicago (AL) 11, Chicago (NL) 3. Stratton bests Warneke in Game 2 of City Series at Comiskey Park. Appling has three hits for White Sox. (Watson, Palmer, Totten)
#2886

1936
Oct. 3

New York (AL) 2, New York (NL) 1. Game 3 of the World Series. Gehrig homers. (Manning, Barber, Tyson)
#1456

1936
Oct. 5

New York (NL) 5, New York (AL) 4. Terry's sacrifice fly in 10th lifts Giants over DiMaggio, Gehrig and the Yankees in Game 5 of World Series at Yankee Stadium. (Heater, Wakeman, Elson)
#2771

1936
Oct. 6

New York (AL) 13, New York (NL) 5. The Yankees explode for seven runs in ninth inning of Game 6 to win World Series at Polo Grounds. DiMaggio has three hits for Yankees. Post-game interviews with Gehrig, DiMaggio and others. (Manning, Barber, Tyson)
#2338

1937
July 7

American League 8, National League 3. Gehrig's four RBIs and two-run homer lift AL all-stars in Washington, D.C. Medwick strokes four hits in losing cause. Dizzy Dean breaks toe on line drive. (Wakeman, Elson)
#2836

1937
July 21

Washington 7, Chicago (AL) 3. Simmons' two-run homer helps visitors end 10-game losing streak. (Palmer, Totten)
#2847

1937
Oct. 6

New York (AL) 8, New York (NL) 1. DiMaggio's 2-run single highlights Yanks' 7-run sixth in Game 1 of the Series. Lefty Gomez beats Carl Hubbell. (Manning, Barber)
#1573

1937
Oct. 10

New York (AL) 4, New York (NL) 2. Lazzeri's triple, Gomez' single break 2-2 in fifth inning of deciding Game 5 of World Series at Polo Grounds. DiMaggio, Ott belt homers. (Brown, Manning, Barber)
#2299

1938
July 6

National League 4, American League 1. NL All-Stars score four times before AL breaks shutout with run in ninth. NL team features Hack, Ott, and Durocher while AL squad includes Gehrig, DiMaggio and Foxx. Game played at Crosley Field in Cincinnati. (Bray, Elson)
#2315

1938
Oct. 6

New York (AL) 6, Chicago (NL) 3. Crosetti, DiMaggio HRs beat Dean in Game 2 of the World Series. (Harrington, Flanagan)
#1196

1938
Oct. 9

New York (AL) 8, Chicago (NL) 3. Yankees score three in second inning and four more in eighth to complete four-game World Series sweep of Cubs. Missing some action in third and sixth innings but all scoring is included. (Allen, Dyer, Laux)
#1931

1939
July 11

AL 3, NL 1 (All-Star Game at Yankee Stadium). Joe DiMaggio's homer in the fifth with the score 2-1 provides an insurance run. Feller relieves with the bases loaded and one out in the sixth and gets out of the inning. (Allen, Laux, McDonald)
#1932

1939
Sept. 26

Cincinnati 3, St. Louis 1. Reds clinch tie for pennant by winning Game 1 of doubleheader at Crosley Field. Myers hits three-run homer for Cincinnati while Medwick has three hits for Cardinals. (Baker)
#2377

1939
Oct. 5

New York (AL) 4, Cincinnati 0. The Reds Lombardi spoils Pearsons no-hit bid with a eighth-inning single in Game 2 of the World Series at Yankee Stadium. Dahlgren doubles and homers for the Yankees, whose lineup features DiMaggio, Dickey and Gordon. Some game action is missing. (Elson, Barber)
#2122

1940's

1940
July 9

National League 4, American League 0 (All-Star Game at St. Louis) The National League records the first shutout in All-Star history despite American League stars Williams, DiMaggio, Greenberg, Appling and Boudreau. (Allen, Laux)
#2154

1941
July 8

American League 7, National League 5 (All-Star Game at Detroit) Ted Williams’ 3-run homer with two outs in the ninth wins the game. (Tyson)
#1080

1941
Oct. 1

New York (AL) 3, Brooklyn 2. Ruffing hurls complete game, Gordon homers to lead the Yankees over the Dodgers in opening game of the World Series. (Elson, Barber)
#1973

1941
Oct. 2

Brooklyn 3, New York (AL) 2. Dodgers' ace Wyatt scatters nine hits as visitors even World Series at one game apiece. (Corum, Barber, Elson)
#2862

1941
Oct. 5

New York (AL) 7, Brooklyn 4. Dodger catcher Mickey Owens missed third strike with two outs in the ninth opens the door for the Yankees, who score four runs and win Game 4, taking a 3-games-to-1 lead in the World Series. (Barber, Elson)
#2087

1942
July 6

American League 3, National League 1. Boudreau and York homer to pace the AL in first All-Star game played during wartime. Owen hits pinch homer in eighth to spoil shutout at Polo Grounds. (Britt, Allen, Elson)
#2306

1942
July 7

American League 5, Service All-Stars 0. DiMaggio, Williams, Boudreau and the AL Stars defeat Feller and the Service All-Stars. The game takes place in Cleveland's Municipal Stadium. (Graney, Hoyt, Elson)
#2792

1942
Oct. 1

St. Louis 4, New York (AL) 3. Slaughter's bat, arm help Cards eke out win in Game 2 of the World Series. (Allen, Barber)
#1195

1942
Oct. 3

St. Louis 2, New York (AL) 0. White blanks Yankees on six hits in Game 3 of World Series at Yankee Stadium. Musial, Slaughter make big catches in seventh. (Barber, Allen)
#2717

1942
Oct. 5

St. Louis 4, New York (AL) 2. Kurowskis two-run homer in the top of the ninth breaks a 2-2 tie in Game 5 and gives the Cardinals the world championship. (Barber, Allen)
#2181

1943
July 13

American League 5, National League 3. At Philadelphia's Shibe Park, Doerr's three-run homer paces the AL in the first All-Star game played under the lights. Vince DiMaggio has single, triple and homer for the NL. American servicemen throughout the world hear the game via shortwave radio. (Corum, Barber, Allen)
#2211

1943
Oct. 5

New York (AL) 4, St. Louis 2. The Yankees break a 2-2 tie with two runs in the sixth in Game 1 of the World Series at Yankee Stadium. (Corum, Elson, Barber)
#2159

1943
Oct. 10

New York (AL) 2, St. Louis 1. Russo stars on mound and at plate as Yankees win Game 4 and take 3-1 World Series lead. Musial, Marion have two hits apiece for home team. (Barber, Elson)
#2606

1943
Oct. 11

New York (AL) 2, St. Louis 0. Dickey's two-run homer in the sixth inning of Game 5 lifts the Yankees to the World Series championship at Sportsman's Park. (Elson, Barber)
#2196

1944
July 11

National League 7, American League 1. Cavaretta reaches base five times to lead NL stars to victory at Forbes Field. (Dunphy, Slater)
#2437

1945
Oct. 3

Chicago (NL) 9, Detroit 0. Borowy hurls shutout for Cubs in Game 1 of World Series at Briggs Stadium. Tigers' Newhouser surrenders eight runs in first three innings. (Corum, Helfer, Slater)
#2378

1945
Oct. 4

Detroit 4, Chicago (NL) 1. Greenberg's three-run homer sparks Tigers in Game 2 of World Series at Briggs Stadium. Trucks hurls complete game and holds Cubs scoreless after fourth inning. (Corum, Slater, Helfer)
#2727

1945
Oct. 5

Chicago (NL) 3, Detroit 0. Passeau becomes second pitcher in World Series history to throw a one-hitter as Cubs win Game 3 at Briggs Stadium. (Corum, Helfer, Slater)
#2236

1945
Oct. 6

Detroit 4, Chicago (NL) 1. Trout's five-hitter in Game 4 at Wrigley evens World Series at two games apiece. Tigers score all four runs in fourth inning. (Corum, Slater, Helfer)
#2764

1945
Oct. 7

Detroit 8, Chicago (NL) 4. Tigers win Game 5 of World Series at Wrigley Field behind Greenberg's three doubles, Newhouser's nine strikeouts. (Corum, Helfer, Slater)
#2829

1945
Oct. 8

Chicago (NL) 8, Detroit 7. Hack's double in bottom of 12th beats Tigers in Game 6 of World Series. Greenberg ties game with homer in eighth. Borowy holds Detroit hitless for last four innings. (Corum, Slater, Helfer)
#2837

1945
Oct. 10

Detroit 9, Chicago (NL) 3. Newhouser scatters 10 hits as the Tigers win Game 7 of the World Series at Wrigley Field. Detroit knocks out Borowy in a five-run first inning. (Corum, Helfer, Slater)
#2101

1948
July 13

AL 5, NL 2 (All-Star Game at St. Louis) Musial homers but the AL all-stars win on Vic Raschi's hit. Game features 13 future Hall of Famers. (Laux, Britt, Allen)
#2085

1948
Oct. 6

Boston (NL) 1, Cleveland 0. Johnny Sain beats Bob Feller. Tommy Holmes knocks in the only run in Game 1 of the World Series. (Britt, Allen)
#1956

1948
Oct. 7

Cleveland 4, Boston (NL) 1. Lemon beats Spahn at Braves Field as the Indians win Game 2 of the World Series. Cleveland takes the lead with two runs in the fourth on hits by Boudreau, Gordon and Doby. (Allen, Britt)
#2136

1948
Oct. 8

Cleveland 2, Boston (NL) 0. Gene Bearden, who won 20 games and led the AL in earned run average, blanks the Braves on five hits in Game 3 of the Fall Classic. (Allen, Britt)
#1888

1948
Oct. 9

Cleveland 2, Boston (NL) 1. Gromek defeats Sain at Municipal Stadium as the Indians take a 3-games-to-1 World Series lead. Doby homers for Cleveland while Rickert spoils the shutout with a homer in the seventh for the Braves. (Allen, Britt)
#2137

1948
Oct. 10

Boston (NL) 11, Cleveland 5. Bob Elliott homers twice off Bob Feller to spark the Braves in Game 5 of the World Series. (Allen, Britt)
#1889

1948
Oct. 11

Cleveland 4, Boston (NL) 3. Lou Boudreau's Indians win Game 6 and the World Series behind Bob Lemon's pitching. (Allen, Britt)
#1457

1949
Oct. 2

New York (AL) 5, Boston 3. The Yankees win the pennant on the last day of the season behind ace Vic Raschi. (Gowdy, Allen)
#1474

1949
Oct. 5

New York (AL) 1, Brooklyn 0. Tommy Henrich's leadoff homer in the ninth beats Don Newcombe in Game 1 of the World Series. (Allen, Barber)
#1417

1949
Oct. 6

Brooklyn 1, New York (AL) 0. Roe blanks the Yankees on six hits in Game 2 of the Series. Hodges singles in the games only run. (Allen, Barber)
#1418

1949
Oct. 7

New York (AL) 4, Brooklyn 3. The Yankees score three runs in
the top of the ninth and then hold off the Dodgers in Game 3 of the Series. (Allen, Barber)
#1210

1949
Oct. 8

New York (AL) 6, Brooklyn 4. A superb relief job by Reynolds saves the win for Lopat in Game 4 after the Dodgers score four runs in the sixth. (Allen, Barber)
#1419

1949
Oct. 9

NY (AL) 10, Brooklyn 6. The Yankees win Game 5 and take the World Series. (Allen, Barber)
#1192

1950's

1950
April 22

Brooklyn 7, New York (NL) 6. A classic Red Barber broadcast of a Dodgers-Giants battle. (Desmond, Barber)
#1001

1950
May 13

Boston (NL) 12, Brooklyn 2. Vern Bickford shuts down the Dodgers at Ebbets Field for the first of his 19 wins. Bickford led the league in innings pitched and complete games. (Barber, Desmond)
#1933

1950
May 20

Brooklyn 3, Pittsburgh 2. Gil Hodges' two-run single in the eighth beats the Pirates. (Barber, Desmond)
#1455

1951
Oct. 3

New York (NL) 5, Brooklyn 4. Bobby Thomson's "Shot Heard 'Round the World'" stuns the Dodgers and puts the Giants in the 1951 World Series. (Broadcaster: Gordon McClendon)
#1002
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1952
Oct. 7

New York (AL) 4, Brooklyn 2. Mantle's sixth-inning homer puts the Yankees ahead to stay in Game 7 of the World Series at Ebbets Field. NBC-TV broadcast. (Barber, Allen)
#2208

1953
Oct. 2

Brooklyn 3, New York (AL) 2. Erskine sets World Series record with 14 strikeouts in Game 3 at Ebbets Field. Campanella's homer in eighth breaks tie. First half of game is a recreation with live play-by-play starting in the sixth. Also includes 40 minutes of play-by-play from Game 6, a 4-3 Yankees win which clinched world title. (Helfer, Kelly)
#2332

1954
Sept. 29

New York (NL) 5, Cleveland 2. The Giants win Game 1 of the Series in 10 innings thanks to Mays' unbelievable catch of Wertz's drive and Rhodes' pinch-hit home run. (Helfer, Dudley)
#1424

1954
Sept. 30

New York (NL) 3, Cleveland 1. The Giants win Game 2 of the World Series at the Polo Grounds. Rhodes pinch-hit single in the fifth ties the game and his homer in the seventh provides an insurance run. (Dudley, Helfer)
#1999

1954
Oct. 1

New York (NL) 6, Cleveland 2. Rhodes singles in two runs and Gomez pitches into eighth inning as Giants win Game 3 of World Series at Municipal Stadium. (Dudley, Helfer)
#1924

1954
Oct. 2

New York (NL) 7, Cleveland 4. The Giants win Game 4 to sweep the Indians and win the world championship. (Helfer, Dudley)
#1965

1955
July 12

National League 6, American League 5. Conley strikes out the side in the 12th inning and Musial homers to win the game at Milwaukee's County Stadium. The AL scores four runs in first inning as Mantle hits three-run homer. 15 future Hall of Famers play in the game. Some innings are missing but all the scoring is included. (Neal, Gillespie)
#2197

1955
July 26

New York (AL) 1, Chicago (AL) 0. Berra's homer provides the only run in a pitching duel between the Yankees' Tommy Byrne and the White Sox' Dick Donovan at Yankee Stadium. (Elson)
#2231

1955
Sept. 29

New York (AL) 4, Brooklyn 2. Byrne hurls complete game and adds two-run single as Yankees take Game 2 of World Series at Yankee Stadium. (Neal, Helfer)
#2629

1955
Sept. 30

Brooklyn 8, New York (AL) 3. Podres hurls complete game and Campanella has three hits and three RBIs as Dodgers win Game 3 of World Series at Ebbets Field. (Helfer, Neal)
#2237

1955
Oct. 2

Brooklyn 5, New York (AL) 3. Snider's two homers help Dodgers beat Yankees in Game 5 of World Series at Ebbets Field. (Helfer, Neal)
#2723

1955
Oct. 3

New York (AL) 5, Brooklyn 1. Skowron’s three-run homer and Ford’s arm help Yankees win Game 6 at Yankee Stadium and even Series at three games apiece. (Neal, Helfer)
#2441

1955
Oct. 4

Brooklyn 2, New York (AL) 0. Podres shuts out the Yankees at Yankee Stadium as the Dodgers capture Game 7 and win their first world championship. Hodges knocks in both runs. Amoros saves the game in the sixth with a spectacular catch of Berra's fly down the left field line. (Helfer, Neal)
#2302

1956
May 6

New York (AL) 4, Chicago (AL) 1. Ford hurls shutout in Game 1 of doubleheader at Yankee Stadium. Bauer and Berra homer for Yankees. Bonus July 25 interview with Bauer from Bob Elson's nightly Chicago radio show. (Elson)
#2387

1956
July 10

National League 7, American League 3. Three sparkling fielding plays by Ken Boyer, along with his three hits, pace the NL stars at Washington's Griffith Stadium. Mays and Musial homer for the NL, while Williams and Mantle hit back-to-back homers for the AL. (Neal, Wolff)
#2212

1956
Oct. 3

Brooklyn 6, New York (AL) 3. Hodges three-run homer in the third breaks deadlock as Maglie defeats Ford and the Dodgers take Game 1 of the World Series at Ebbets Field. Robinson, Mantle homer. (Neal, Wolff)
#2138

1956
Oct. 6

New York (AL) 5, Brooklyn 3. Slaughter's three-run homer in sixth inning puts Yankees ahead to stay in Game 3 of World Series at Yankee Stadium. Ford hurls complete game. (Neal, Wolff)
#2308

1956
Oct. 7

New York (AL) 6, Brooklyn 2. Mantle, Bauer homers help Yankees win Game 4, even World Series at two games apiece. (Wolff, Neal)
#2731

1956
Oct. 8

New York (AL) 2, Brooklyn 0. Yankee Don Larsen hurls a perfect game against the Dodgers in the fifth game of the 1956 World Series. (Bob Neal & Bob Wolff)
#1003

1956
Oct. 9

Brooklyn 1, New York (AL) 0. Robinson's 10th-inning single beats the Yankees in Game 6 of the World Series. (Wolff, Neal)
#1082

1957
April 16

Brooklyn 7, Philadelphia 6. The Dodgers edge the Phillies in 12 innings in the first night opener at Connie Mack Stadium. Labine hurls five scoreless innings in relief of Newcombe while Roberts pitches entire game. (Doggett, Helfer)
#2146

1957
April 21

Pittsburgh 6, Brooklyn 3. Three straight Pirate homers beat Don Newcombe. (Helfer, Scully, Doggett)
#1555

1957
May 5

Milwaukee 10, Brooklyn 7. Aaron has four hits, including three-run homer as Braves beat Dodgers at Ebbets Field. Campanella homers for Brooklyn and Koufax pitches in relief. Missing most of scoreless ninth inning but last out is included. (Doggett, Scully, Helfer)
#2889

1957
May 7

Cincinnati 9, Brooklyn 2. The Reds beat Johnny Podres and the Dodgers at Ebbets Field for their eighth straight win. (Helfer, Scully, Doggett)
#1997

1957
May 14

Milwaukee 3, Brooklyn 2. The Braves beat Don Newcombe to take over sole possession of first place. (Doggett, Scully)
#1915

1957
May 30

Brooklyn 4, Pittsburgh 3. Duke Snider's 2-run homer helps Sal Maglie to victory. (Helfer, Scully)
#1934

1957
June 4

Brooklyn 7, Chicago 5. Koufax hurls 5 hitless innings. Banks homers. (Scully, Doggett, Helfer)
#1575

1957
June 13

New York (AL) 4, Chicago (AL) 3. Ditmar pitches Yankees to win over White Sox at Comiskey Park. Richardson, McDougald and Skowron each have three hits. Teams brawl in bottom of first. (Wells, Elson)
#2644

1957
June 16

St. Louis 7, Brooklyn 6. Visiting Cardinals overcome 6-1 Dodger lead on homers by Musial and Boyer. Drysdale has two hits, including homer for Brooklyn. Last out is missing. (Doggett, Helfer, Scully)
#2346

1957
July 9

AL 6, NL 5 (All-Star game at St. Louis). The NL's three-run rally in the bottom of ninth falls short. (Caray, Neal)
#1576


1957
July 14

Brooklyn 3, Milwaukee 2. Hodges 2-run homer in the bottom of the ninth beats the Braves. (Doggett, Scully, Helfer)
#1944

1957
July 20

Brooklyn 7, Chicago (NL) 5. Drysdale beats the Cubs at Ebbets Field. Banks homers twice. (Helfer, Doggett, Scully)
#1977

1957
July 28

Brooklyn 7, Cincinnati 2. Furillo's grand slam lifts the Dodgers at Crosley Field. (Helfer, Doggett, Scully)
#1992

1957
Aug. 5

Brooklyn 5, New York (NL) 2. Drysdale wins despite Mays' four hits, including homer. (Doggett, Helfer, Scully)
#1004

1957
Aug. 17

Pittsburgh 7, Brooklyn 3. Pirates overcome 3-0 Dodger lead in beating Koufax at Ebbets Field. Drysdale pitches in relief. Campanella has four hits, including last homer of career. Virdon, Skinner homer for Bucs. (Doggett, Helfer, Scully)
#2392

1957
Aug. 31

Brooklyn 7, New York (NL) 5. Hodges, Snider and the Dodgers battle Mays and the Giants at Flatbush. Hissing sound throughout tape. (Helfer, Doggett, Scully)
#1584

1957
Sept. 8

New York (NL) 3, Brooklyn 2. Brooklyn's last game at the Polo Grounds. (Doggett, Scully)
#1259

1957
Oct. 2

New York (AL) 3, Milwaukee 1. Fords five-hitter lifts Yankees over Spahn and Braves in Game 1 of World Series. (Gillespie, Neal)
#1978

1957
Oct. 3

Milwaukee 4, New York (AL) 2. Burdette hurls first of his three complete game victories as the Braves take Game 2 of World Series at Yankee Stadium. (Gillespie, Neal)
#1925

1957
Oct. 5

New York (AL) 12, Milwaukee 3. Kubek leads the attack with two homers and four RBIs as the Yankees win Game 3 of the World Series at County Stadium. Mantle, Aaron also homer. (Neal, Gillespie)
#2125

1957
Oct. 6

Milwaukee 7, New York (AL) 5. Mathews' homer in the 10th beats the Yankees in Game 4 of the World Series. Spahn goes the distance. (Neal, Gillespie)
#1396

1957
Oct. 7

Milwaukee 1, New York (AL) 0. Burdette beats Ford in Game 5 for second of his three Series wins. (Neal, Gillespie)
#1981

1957
Oct. 9

New York (AL) 3, Milwaukee 2. Aarons homer in the top of the seventh ties the game, but Bauers homer in the bottom of the inning helps the Yankees win Game 6 and even the World Series at three games apiece. (Gillespie, Neal)
#2017

1957
Oct. 10

Milwaukee 5, New York (AL) 0. Lew Burdette pitches his third complete game of the World Series in Game 7. (Gillespie, Neal)
#1478

1958
May 11

New York (AL) 4, Washington 3. The Yanks win the opener of a doubleheader in a game marked by outstanding defensive plays. (Allen, Rizzuto, Barber)
#1957

1958
June 29

Kansas City 12, New York (AL) 6. Maris collects four hits, including a homer, as the Athletics overcome a 5-0 Yankee lead. Mantle homers off Terry, another future teammate. (Rizzuto, Allen)
#2182

1958
July 8

American League 4, National League 3 (All-Star Game at Baltimore). McDougald's pinch single in the sixth scores Malzone with the deciding run. (Harwell, Neal)
#1459

1958
Aug. 16

Boston 7, New York (AL) 4. The Red Sox and Ted Williams defeat the Yankees and Mickey Mantle. (Rizzuto, Allen)
#1460

1958
Sept. 14

New York (AL) 5, Kansas City 3. The Yankees clinch the pennant. Includes interviews with Stengel, Berra, Slaughter, Ditmar, and others. (Allen, Rizzuto)
#2172

1958
Oct. 1

Milwaukee 4, New York (AL) 3. Hall of Famers Spahn and Ford face off in World Series opener. Spahn hurls complete game and Braves win on single by Bruton in last of the 10th. (Wolff, Gillespie)
#2004

1958
Oct. 2

Milwaukee 13, New York (AL) 5. The Braves score seven runs in the first inning and go on to beat the Yankees in Game 2 of the World Series at County Stadium. Burdette homers and hurls complete game. Mantle homers twice. (Gillespie, Wolff)
#2132

1958
Oct. 4

New York (AL) 4, Milwaukee 0. Larsens pitching, Bauers four RBIs lead the Yankees over the Braves in Game 3 of the World Series at Yankee Stadium. (Gillespie, Wolff)
#2133

1958
Oct. 5

Milwaukee 3, New York (AL) 0. Spahn pitches a two-hitter to beat Ford and the Yankees in Game 4 of the World Series at Yankee Stadium. (Gillespie, Wolff)
#2127

1958
Oct. 6

New York (AL) 7, Milwaukee 0. Turley blanks the Braves on five hits in Game 5 of World Series. McDougald homers for Yankees. (Gillespie, Wolff)
#1593

1958
Oct. 8

New York (AL) 4, Milwaukee 3. The Yankees win Game 6 of the Series in the 10th, beating Spahn. (Wolff, Gillespie)
#1937

1958
Oct. 9

New York (AL) 6, Milwaukee 2. The Yankees win Game 7 of the World Series with four runs in the eighth inning. (Gillespie, Wolff)
#1207

1959
April 12

New York (AL) 3, Boston 2. Bob Turley takes a no-hitter into the 7th inning. Norm Siebern's eighth-inning homer provides the winning margin. (Barber, Rizzuto, Allen)
#1883

1959
April 19

Boston 5, New York (AL) 4. Malzone's homer in last of 12th beats Yankees. Slaughter's pinch homer in ninth for New York sends game into extra innings. (Rizzuto, Allen)
#2238

1959
July 7

National League 5, American League 4. Mays triple in the eighth caps a two-run rally as the NL all-stars win at Forbes Field. Mathews and Kaline homer, while Aaron and Banks collect two hits apiece. (Brickhouse, Prince)
#2088

1959
July 25

New York (AL) 9, Detroit 8. Berra's two-run homer in ninth climaxes wild game at Briggs Stadium. (Rizzuto, Allen)
#2247

1959
Aug. 3

American League 5, National League 3. All-Star Game at Los Angeles. Five homers are hit, but Fox's RBI single in the fourth puts the American League ahead to stay. (Hodges, Neal)
#2005

1959
Sept. 7

Boston 12, New York (AL) 4. Three consecutive homers in the second inning help the Red Sox beat the Yankees at Fenway Park. Mantle homers for New York. (Rizzuto, Allen)
#2221

1959
Sept. 20

New York (AL) 7, Boston 4. Richardson's seventh-inning triple ties game and Howard follows with two-run pinch homer to topple Red Sox at Yankee Stadium. (Rizzuto, Allen, Barber)
#2379

1959
Sept. 28

Los Angeles 3, Milwaukee 2. Roseboro's homer lifts Dodgers over Braves in Game 1 of best-of-three National League playoff at County Stadium. Sherry hurls 7 2/3 shutout innings in relief. Missing last six batters of fourth inning but no scoring involved. (Flynn, Finnegan)
#2877

1959
Sept. 29

Los Angeles 6, Milwaukee 5. Dodgers win pennant, beating Braves in 12 innings at LA Coliseum in Game 2 of playoffs. Los Angeles scores three runs in bottom of the ninth to send game into extra innings. (Flynn, Finnegan)
#2892

1959
Oct. 1

Chicago (AL) 11, Los Angeles 0. Kluszewski's two homers pace the White Sox in Game 1 of the Series. (Saam, Allen)
#1582

1959
Oct. 2

Los Angeles (NL) 4, Chicago (AL) 3. Neal homers twice and pinch hitter Essegian once as the Dodgers win Game 2 at Comiskey Park and even the Fall Classic at one game apiece. (Allen, Saam)
#2089

1959
Oct. 4

Los Angeles (NL) 3, Chicago (AL) 1. In the first World Series game ever played in Los Angeles, Furillos pinch single in the seventh drives in two runs as Drysdale and the Dodgers win Game 3. (Allen, Saam)
#2090

1959
Oct. 5

Los Angeles 5, Chicago (AL) 4. Hodges' homer in the 8th breaks deadlock in Game 4 of the World Series. (Allen, Saam) #1884

1959
Oct. 6
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Chicago (AL) 1, Los Angeles 0. Three White Sox hurlers beat Koufax before a record crowd of 90,706 in Game 5 of the Series. (Saam, Allen)
#1916

1959
Oct. 8

Los Angeles 9, Chicago (AL) 3. The Dodgers jump to an early 8-0 lead and beat the White Sox in Game 6 to win their first World Series since moving to the West Coast. (Allen, Saam)
#1972

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