Another historical match in the World Series is the 1956 game five between the Yankees and the Brooklyn Dodgers. From a rough game two losses, Don Larsen made up for it. He threw approximately 97 pitches to finish off 27 Brooklyn Dodger players.
From there, Yankees journey was smooth sailing. With teamwork and discipline, the Yanks had a 3-2 lead in the World Series. Although the championship reached up to game 7, they were able to succeed.
The 1960 game seven between the Pirates 10 and the Yankees is one of the craziest championship ever seen by millions of people across the globe.
The entire season was a seesaw battle. While the Yankees had another dominant decade, the Pittsburg Pirates had a slow start.
But they surprised many spectators with their performance, giving them the chance to reach the game 7. During the championship, the Pirates took a 4-0 lead in the two innings.
Thanks to Bill Virdon and Rocky Nelson’s timely hitting. But the game was unpredictable. However, the Pirates woke up. Hal Smith and Roberto Clemente had two-out hits. Each team was competitive. In the end, Pirates defeated Yanks by 10-9.
Last but not least is the Yankees’ playoff run in 2001.
Although the Arizona Diamondbacks took the series in seven games, it was nothing to match the electricity of the three victories of the Yankees in the Bronx. Both games 4 and 5 were epic. In the 4th match, Tino Martinez and Derek Jeter were the reason which brought the team to game 5.
After a 4-3 victory, the Yanks took game 5. The score is 2-0.
There you have it! Be inspired to excel in baseball. Everything is possible with dedication, patience, and hard work. Most importantly, believe in yourself!