MLB World Series

Season 18 Episode 3

Game 3 - St. Louis at N.Y. Yankees (1964)

Aired Wednesday 8:00 PM Oct 10, 1964 on FOX
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Game 3 - St. Louis at N.Y. Yankees (1964)

Game 3 of the 1964 World Series between the St. Louis Cardinals and the New York Yankees at Yankee Stadium in New York, New York.
Final Score: St. Louis 1 N.Y. Yankees 2
N.Y. Yankees lead series 2-1

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    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


    • TRIVIA (2)

      • Final Score
        St. Louis 1 N.Y. Yankees 2
        N.Y. Yankees lead series 2-1

      • With his ninth inning home run off Barney Schultz, New York right fielder Mickey Mantle set a World Series record for the most Series home runs in a career with 16. The previous record of 15 was held by Babe Ruth.

    • QUOTES (3)

      • New York Starter Jim Bouton: I was surprised I did as well as I did. I had pretty good stuff but sometimes my curve ball failed. I threw a changeup about 15 times in strategic situations.

      • (on right fielder Mickey Mantle's game winning home run on the only pitch he threw)
        St. Louis Releiver Barney Schultz: Just think, you throw one ball and it's all over. Mickey hit it right down the well. It was knee high, a knuckler that didn't break. And Mickey put it away.

      • St. Louis Third Baseman Ken Boyer:: Barney (Schultz) and the rest of us shouldn't be ashamed of the game we played. It was a hell of a game. They know they were in a tough ball game.

    • NOTES (3)

      • Bob Wolff - Pregame Host, Joe Garagiola - Pregame Analyst

      • Starting Lineups
        St. Louis Cardinals
        Curt Flood CF
        Lou Brock LF
        Bill White 1B
        Ken Boyer 3B
        Dick Groat SS
        Tim McCarver C
        Mike Shannon RF
        Dal Maxvill 2B
        Curt Simmons P
        New York Yankees
        Phil Linz SS
        Bobby Richardson 2B
        Roger Maris CF
        Mickey Mantle RF
        Elston Howard C
        Tom Tresh LF
        Joe Pepitone 1B
        Clete Boyer 3B
        Jim Bouton P

      • Reserves
        St. Louis Cardinals
        Jerry Buchek
        Roger Craig
        Mike Cuellar
        Bob Gibson
        Bob Humphreys
        Charlie James
        Julian Javier
        Gordie Richardson
        Ray Sadecki
        Barney Schultz
        Bob Skinner
        Ed Spiezio
        Ron Taylor
        Bob Uecker
        Carl Warwick
        Ray Washburn
        New York Yankees
        Johnny Blanchard
        Al Downing
        Whitey Ford
        Pedro Gonzalez
        Steve Hamilton
        Mike Hegan
        Hector Lopez
        Pete Mikkelsen
        Archie Moore
        Hal Reniff
        Rollie Sheldon
        Bill Stafford
        Mel Stottlemyre
        Ralph Terry
        Chester Trail
        Stan Williams

    • ALLUSIONS (0)