MLB World Series

Season 18 Episode 4

Game 4 - St. Louis at N.Y. Yankees (1964)

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Aired Wednesday 8:00 PM Oct 11, 1964 on FOX
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Game 4 - St. Louis at N.Y. Yankees (1964)
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Game 4 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 4 N.Y. Yankees 3
Series tied 2-2

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    • TRIVIA (2)

      • Final Score
        St. Louis 4 N.Y. Yankees 3
        Series tied 2-2

      • St. Louis third baseman Ken Boyer hit only the second grand slam in World Series history by a National League player. The only other man to accomplish the feat was Chuck Hiller of the San Francisco Giants in Game 4 of the 1962 Series, also against the New York Yankees.

    • QUOTES (2)

      • (on St. Louis shortstop Dick Groat's potential inning ending double play ground ball to Bobby Richardson. Richardson committed an error to load the bases for Ken Boyer, who hit the game winning home run)
        New York Second Baseman Bobby Richardson: It was entirely my fault. I didn't field it cleanly and then the ball stuck in the webbing of my mitt. I threw it to Phil (Linz) with my glove hand. He couldn't have possibly handled it.
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        New York Shortstop Phil Linz: Ninety-five percent of the second basemen in the league wouldn't have even gotten to it. [It was] just as much my fault. I was late getting to the bag.

      • (on Ken Boyer's sixth inning grand slam off Al Downing)
        New York Starter Al Downing: (Catcher Elston) Howard called for a fastball but I Shook him off. In a situation like that, when you think the hitter is anxious, you try to get him out a bad pitch. I was trying to set him up for something. You throw a changeup low and there's not much danger. But this one came in too high and it looked like Boyer was expecting it
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        St. Louis Third Baseman Ken Boyer: I wasn't even trying to hit a homer - I just wanted to get good wood on the ball. I knew it was hit well, but for a minute I was afraid it might curve foul

    • NOTES (3)

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

      • Starting Lineups
        St. Louis Cardinals
        Curt Flood CF
        Lou Brock LF
        Dick Groat SS
        Ken Boyer 3B
        Bill White 1B
        Mike Shannon RF
        Tim McCarver C
        Dal Maxvill 2B
        Ray Sadecki P
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        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
        Al Downing P

      • Reserves
        St. Louis Cardinals
        Jerry Buchek
        Roger Craig
        Mike Cuellar
        Bob Gibson
        Bob Humphreys
        Charlie James
        Julian Javier
        Gordie Richardson
        Barney Schultz
        Curt Simmons
        Bob Skinner
        Ed Spiezio
        Ron Taylor
        Bob Uecker
        Carl Warwick
        Ray Washburn
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        New York Yankees
        Johnny Blanchard
        Jim Bouton
        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

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