1943 World Series Vintage Ticket Stub New York Yankees St. Louis Cardinals Gm 4 Excellent No. 2645
In Game 4, the Yankees struck first when Joe Gordon doubled with two outs in the fourth off Max Lanier and scored on Bill Dickey's single. In the seventh, Marius Russo got two outs, then allowed the Cardinals to load the bases on an error, double and intentional walk before another error on Frank Demaree's groundball tied the game. In the eighth, Russo hit a leadoff double off Harry Brecheen, moved to third on a sacrifice bunt and scored on Frankie Crosetti's sacrifice fly. Russo pitched a complete game to leave the Yankees one win away from the championship. This is a 1943 World Series Vintage Ticket Stub New York Yankees St. Louis Cardinals Game 4 Pavilion No. 2645. Sunday, October 10, 1943 1:30 pm (CT) at Sportsman's Park in St. Louis, Missouri. Final score NYY 2, Cardinals 1. Amazing excellent to NM condition.