October 13, 1917: White Sox's big push brings bedlam in Game 5 comeback

Game Five of the 1917 World Series was back in Chicago and the…

September 6, 1918: Lefty Tyler’s pitching, batting tie World Series at 1-1

Prior to the start of Game Two of the 1918 World Series, Fred…
Carl Mays (NATIONAL BASEBALL HALL OF FAME LIBRARY)

September 7, 1918: Boston's Carl Mays outduels Cubs' Hippo Vaughn in Game 3

Chicago Cubs ace James “Hippo” Vaughn had a dream regular…

October 2, 1919: Reds take advantage of Lefty Williams’s wildness in Game 2

After the Cincinnati Reds stunned the “baseball dope” in…

October 7, 1919: Rookie Dickey Kerr keeps White Sox alive in Game 6

The Cincinnati Reds could be forgiven for celebrating too hard…

October 8, 1919: Eddie Cicotte returns to form in Game 7

Optimism was in short supply among Cincinnati Reds fans on the…

October 9, 1920: Coveleski stops Brooklyn to tie World Series at 2-2

Fortunes turn fast in baseball. After Cleveland won Game One…

October 12, 1920: Cleveland Indians win their first World Series

The Brooklyn Robins were on the brink of elimination in the 1920…
Babe Ruth, circa 1920 (NATIONAL BASEBALL HALL OF FAME LIBRARY)

October 9, 1921: Injured Babe Ruth wallops his first World Series home run

On Sunday, October 9, 1921, the sporting world was obsessed with…

October 13, 1921: Giants beat Yankees 1-0 to clinch World Series championship

The day after the Red Sox sold Babe Ruth to the Yankees the New…

October 10, 1924: Big Train finally wins the biggest one of all

The 1924 World Series marked the fourth straight post-season…