Little World Series

The Little World Series, minor league championship of baseball, annually played by the pennant winners of the International League and American Association, is bigger than the Big World Series. It is decided by five games out of nine instead of four games out, of seven. In the eighth game of the Little World Series last week, Pitcher Ray Starr of the Rochester (N. Y.) Red Wings struck out nine of the St. Paul Saints, gave only seven hits, won the deciding game for Rochester, now champion for...

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