Sport: World Series

The fourth inning was all the Cardinals needed. Right Fielder Watkins made a homer and most of the line-up hit safely, bringing in seven runs. They got three more in the sixth. When the last Pittsburgh batter was out, the Cardinals slapped each other on the back as they tossed their gloves away, and started across the field to the dressing room. It was the last game they needed to make sure of the National League pennant, and the 10,000 fans who had turned out for them...

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