October 10, 1926: Pete Alexander saves the day

The seventh game of the 1926 World Series between the St. Louis…

October 7, 1928: Lou Gehrig's two homers too much for Redbirds in Game 3

Before the start of the 1928 World Series, former major-league…

October 12, 1929: A's stage historic World Series comeback with 10-run inning

The Chicago Cubs’ Hack Wilson jogged out to his position in…

October 9, 1929: Double-X and Bucketfoot Al lead A's to Game 2 win in World Series

In Game One of the 1929 World Series, the Chicago Cubs set a…

October 1, 1931: Lefty Grove, A's subdue Cardinals in opening game of World Series

Anticipation of the 1931 World Series steadily peaked all summer…

October 9, 1931: A's Lefty Grove stymies Redbirds again in Game 6

The day before Game Six of the 1931 World Series, more than 500…

October 10, 1931: Revenge is sweet for Cardinals in Game 7, even without Pepper

Gabby Street wanted revenge, so he went to the firm of Hallahan…

October 1, 1932: The Babe calls his shot ... or does he?

“Keep up the pepper, boys!”1 Chicago manager Charlie Grimm…
Dizzy Dean

October 3, 1934: All eyes on Dizzy Dean as Cardinals take World Series opener

The train hissed to a stop, the doors swung open, and 300 Detroit…

October 4, 1934: Tigers' Rowe takes Cardinals to 'School' in Game 2

Detroit Tigers right-hander Lynwood Thomas “Schoolboy” Rowe…

October 5, 1934: Paul Dean impresses brother Dizzy in Cardinals' Game 3 win

After the Detroit Tigers and St. Louis Cardinals split two contests…

October 6, 1934: Tigers even World Series in Game 4; Dizzy Dean knocked out cold

Down two games to one in the 1934 World Series, the Detroit Tigers…