1961 World Series

1961 World Series

Maris, Mantle and Berra in play by play TV action: you can not ask for something better.
The 1961 World Series by Baseball Almanac with a detailed description, complete rosters, cumulative statistics, and box scores!.
The 1961 World Series matched the New York Yankees against the Cincinnati Reds with the Yankees winning in five games to earn their. In the first four games, the Yankees scored a total of nine runs off 1961 World Series starting pitchers. Game Three exemplified how difficult it was for the Yankees. Jay would seal the victory for the Reds by retiring six of the remaining seven batters, allowing only a walk to Clete Boyer in the ninth. This World Series was surrounded by Cold War political 2-Chloroethanesulfonyl chloride pitting the "Reds" against the "Yanks". Purkey retired Mantle, Berra, and Howard, but the game was lost. Reds first baseman Gordy Coleman and Yankees' left-fielder Yogi Berra traded two-run homers in the fourth. 1961 World Series Game 5: Yankees @ Reds 1961 World Series