1926 Baseball Season Roster
- Cardinals fly with first pennant, World Series; Yanks reclaim top of AL
- Special K: Alexander fans Lazzeri with sacks loaded to settle Series Game 7
- Ruth swats .372-46-146 with 144 walks, but runs into Series trouble
A fitting end to pennant drama in both leagues that involved four teams each: A seven-game World Series that came down to the bases loaded with two out in a 3-2 game with future Hall of Famers on the mound and at bat. 39-year-old Pete Alexander fanned 22-year-old rookie Tony Lazzeri. Say that again? – The Series ends when Babe Ruth is thrown out trying to steal with slugger Bob Meusel at the plate and Lou Gehrig on deck.
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