MLB World Series

Season 17 Episode 4

Game 4 - N.Y. Yankees at Los Angeles (1963)

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Aired Wednesday 8:00 PM Oct 06, 1963 on FOX
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Game 4 - N.Y. Yankees at Los Angeles (1963)
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Game 4 of the 1963 World Series between the New York Yankees and the Los Angeles Dodgers at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, California.
Final Score: N.Y. Yankees 1 Los Angeles 2
Los Angeles wins the 1963 World Series 4-0

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    • TRIVIA (7)

      • Final Score
        N.Y. Yankees 1 Los Angeles 2
        Los Angeles wins the 1963 World Series 4-0

      • The victory improved the Los Angeles Dodgers' franchise record in World Series to 3-8.
        The loss dropped the New York Yankees' franchise record in World Series to 20-8.

      • Total attendance for the four games was 247,279. The winning player's share was $12,794.00 and the losing player's share was $7,874.32.

      • Los Angeles Dodgers left-hander Sandy Koufax was named the 1963 World Series MVP.

      • The two teams set a World Series record for the fewest combined errors in a 4-game series with four (N.Y. Yankees 1, Los Angeles 3).

      • Los Angeles left-hander Sandy Koufax struck out 23 New York batters setting a World Series record for the most strikeouts by a pitcher in a Series of any length.

      • New York Yankee batters struck out 37 times, establishing a World Series record for the most strikeouts by one team in a 4-game Series.

    • QUOTES (4)

      • Los Angeles Manager Walt Alston: They're a real tough club and we just happened to catch them in a little slump.

      • Los Angeles Starter Sandy Koufax: I'm still a little numb; I don't feel anything yet.
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        (on the pitch center fielder Mickey Mantle hit for his seventh inning home run)
        Los Angeles Starter Sandy Koufax: A fastball, waist high, right over the plate. And I'm proud of it. I didn't get it where I wanted, but he really hit it. A man who throws a pitch that gets hit that far should be proud. It's the cheap home runs that make you disgusted.
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        Los Angeles Starter Sandy Koufax: I pitched better the first four innings in New York (in Game 1). But, as far as the whole ball game was concerned, I think I did better this time. I held my stuff better.

      • (on his error which allowed seventh inning leadoff hitter Jim Gilliam to reach third and eventually score the game winning run. Pepitone could not catch third baseman Clete Boyer's throw)
        New York First Baseman Joe Pepitone: I lost it. Boyer's throw was perfect. I just lost it in the crowd. The ball hit me on the right wrist, then went up my arm and bounced off my chest.

      • (on his fifth inning home run)
        Los Angeles Right Fielder Frank Howard: I hit a very good pitch. It was a curve outside but I just caught it. I was looking for a pitch like that and was ready for it.

    • NOTES (3)

      • Bob Wolff - Pregame Host, Joe Garagiola - Pregame Analyst, Vin Scully - Trophy Presentation

      • Starting Lineups
        New York Yankees
        Tony Kubek SS
        Bobby Richardson 2B
        Tom Tresh LF
        Mickey Mantle CF
        Elston Howard C
        Hector Lopez RF
        Joe Pepitone 1B
        Clete Boyer 3B
        Whitey Ford P
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        Los Angeles Dodgers
        Maury Wills SS
        Jim Gilliam 3B
        Willie Davis CF
        Tommy Davis LF
        Frank Howard RF
        Bill Skowron 1B
        Johnny Roseboro C
        Dick Tracewski 2B
        Sandy Koufax P

      • Reserves
        New York Yankees
        Yogi Berra
        Johnny Blanchard
        Jim Bouton
        Marshall Bridges
        Harry Bright
        Al Downing
        Steve Hamilton
        Bill Kunkel
        Phil Linz
        Roger Maris
        Tom Metcalf
        Jack Reed
        Hal Reniff
        Bill Stafford
        Ralph Terry
        Stan Williams
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        Los Angeles Dodgers
        Marv Breeding
        Dick Caimus
        Doug Camilli
        Don Drysdale
        Ron Fairly
        Al Ferrara
        Ken McMullen
        Bob Miller
        Wally Moon
        Ron Perranoski
        Johnny Podres
        Pete Richert
        Ken Rowe
        Larry Sherry
        Lee Walls

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