Sport: Pennant Winners

In the ninth inning, with the score 2 to 1 in favor of the Washington Senators, with two out and the tying run on base, Oscar Melillo of the St. Louis Browns lifted a long fly to left field. Heinie Manush, Washington's fielder, started with the crack of the bat. He dived forward near the wall, rolled over on the turf, came up without his cap but with the ball gripped tightly in his glove, a brilliant catch that ended the game and, statistically, the astonishing major league baseball season of 1933.


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