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Allie Reynolds’ Amazing 1952 World Series

1952 World Series is usually remembered for Billy Martin's great catch of a Jackie Robinson pop fly with the bases loaded and two outs in the seventh inning of the seventh game.

The catch saved the Series for the Yankees, but the 1952 World Series was memorable in many other ways.



Joe Black Started and Finished Game 1

Rookie right hander Joe Black started Game1 at Ebbets Field against Yankees' ace Allie Reynolds.

Brooklyn beat Reynolds 4-2 on home runs by PeeWee Reese, Jackie Robinson, and Duke Snider. Joe Black pitched a complete game.

 

Vic Raschi Started and Finished Game2

The Yankees tied the Series the next day behind the three hit pitching of Vic Raschi, who went the ...

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