MLB World Series

Season 16 Episode 7

Game 7 - N.Y. Yankees at San Francisco (1962)

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Aired Wednesday 8:00 PM Oct 16, 1962 on FOX
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Game 7 - N.Y. Yankees at San Francisco (1962)
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Game 7 of the 1962 World Series between the New York Yankees and the San Francisco Giants at Candlestick Park in San Francisco, California.
Final Score: N.Y. Yankees 1 San Francisco 0
N.Y. Yankees win the 1962 World Series 4-3

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    • TRIVIA (5)

    • QUOTES (3)

      • (on Willie McCovey's line drive which was caught second baseman Bobby Richardson for the final out of the game)
        New York Manager Ralph Houk: I'm sure glad he hit that ball right at somebody. He couldn't have hit it much better. But I don't care how hard they hit them if they hit them at somebody.
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        New York Manager Ralph Houk: Phew, what a ball game. That was really a squeaker. We made some good plays. (Left fielder Tom) Tresh's catch on Willie Mays in the seventh inning saved the game. So did the fast fielding by (right fielder Roger) Maris on Mays' double in the ninth. And the Giants didn't do anything to disgrace themselves either. They fought us right down to the last out of the seventh game.
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        (on starter Ralph Terry)
        New York Manager Ralph Houk: This has to be the best game Terry ever pitched. I have never seem him with better control. He didn't walk a single batter and he had three balls on only one hitter. I don't think he made more than three or four bad pitches all day.

      • New York Starter Ralph Terry: It was the biggest thrill of my life, but ooooh, I'm glad its' over. What a perfect ending ... 1-0 ... that's how close the teams were in every respect in this Series. They are a great ball club.

      • New York Catcher Elston Howard: ... the greatest game (Ralph) Terry ever pitched.
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        New York Catcher Elston Howard: Were we nervous? Were we nervous? We were all tight. It was the last game of the World Series.

    • NOTES (3)

      • Bob Wolff - Pregame Host, Joe Garagiola - Pregame Analyst, Mel Allen - Trophy Presentation

      • Starting Lineups
        New York Yankees
        Tony Kubek SS
        Bobby Richardson 2B
        Tom Tresh LF
        Mickey Mantle CF
        Roger Maris RF
        Elston Howard C
        Bill Skowron 1B
        Clete Boyer 3B
        Ralph Terry P
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        San Francisco Giants
        Harvey Kuenn LF
        Chuck Hiller 2B
        Felipe Alou RF
        Wille Mays CF
        Orlando Cepeda 1B
        Jim Davenport 3B
        Ed Bailey C
        Jose Pagan SS
        Jack Sanford P

      • Reserves
        New York Yankees
        Luis Arroyo
        Yogi Berra
        Johnny Blanchard
        Jim Bouton
        Marshall Bridges
        Tex Clevenger
        Jim Coates
        Bud Daley
        Whitey Ford
        Phil Linz
        Dale Long
        Hector Lopez
        Jack Reed
        Rollie Sheldon
        Bill Stafford
        Bob Turley
        .
        San Francisco Giants
        Matty Alou
        Carl Boles
        Bobby Bolin
        Ernie Bowman
        Jim Duffalo
        Bob Garibaldi
        Tom Haller
        Don Larsen
        Juan Marichal
        Mike McCormick
        Willie McCovey
        Stu Miller
        Bob Nieman
        Billy O'Dell
        John Orsino
        Billy Pierce

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