1942 World Series Vintage Ticket Stub New York Yankees vv St. Louis Cardinals 4-3 Win Gm 2 –Excellent


Thursday, October 1, 1942 1:30 pm (CT) at Sportsman's Park in St. Louis, Missouri. Cards 4-3 win. In Game 2, Walker Cooper's two-run double in the first, the Cardinals' first hit of the game, put them up 2–0 off of Tiny Bonham. In the seventh, innings Johnny Hopp singled and scored on Whitey Kurowski's triple to make it 3–0 Cardinals. Johnny Beazley pitched seven shutout innings, but in the eighth allowed a two-out single to Roy Cullenbine, who stole second and scored on Joe DiMaggio's single. A two-run home run by Charlie Keller then tied the score, but the Cardinals regained the lead in the bottom half when Enos Slaughter doubled with two outs and scored on Stan Musial's single. Slaughter threw out Tuck Stainback going from first to third on a single with no outs in the ninth. Beazley then retired the next two hitters to end the game as the Cardinals tied the series with a 4–3 win heading to New York. The 1942 World Series featured the defending champion New York Yankees against the St. Louis Cardinals, with the Cardinals winning the Series in five games for their first championship since 1934 and their fourth overall. This is a 1942 World Series Vintage Ticket Stub New York Yankees St. Louis Cardinals Game 2 Pavilion No. 0887. Amazing exceptional excellent condition.