1958 Baseball Game

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  • Avengers: Yanks overcome 3-to-1 deficit to top Braves in rematch of ’57 World Series
  • Adventurers: Giants, Dodgers debut in California
  • All-Stars: Banks, Mantle, Aaron, Mays, Williams, Berra and other superstars at their best
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This product includes all game parts.

This is your chance to replay the first World Series since 1925 to see a team (the New York Yankees) come from behind 3-games-to-1 to win it all. Mickey Mantle (.304-42-97), Yogi Berra (22 HR), Whitey Ford (14-7, AL-best 2.01 ERA), Bob Turley (21-7, 2.98) and company also avenged its 1957 Series loss to Milwaukee, despite Warren Spahn (22-11), Lew Burdette (20-10), Hank Aaron (.326-30-95) and Eddie Mathews (31 HR) … For New Yorkers, the Yankees’ triumph was especially sweet after the Giants and Dodgers defected in 1958 to San Francisco and Los Angeles, leaving only the Bronx Bombers to represent America’s largest city.

This is your chance to play the young Chicago White Sox (Billy Pierce, Luis Aparicio, Jim Landis, Nellie Fox, Sherm Lollar) and Pittsburgh Pirates (Roberto Clemente, Bill Mazeroski, Dick Groat, Bob Skinner, Bob Friend). Both were second-place finishers in 1958, a year or two ahead of their first pennants in 35-40 years.

This is your chance to play the American League Home Run Derby, won by Mantle (42 HR), ahead of Cleveland’s Rocky Colavito (41), Washington’s Roy Sievers (39), Kansas City’s Bob Cerv (38), Boston’s Jackie Jensen (35) and Baltimore’s Gus Triandos (30) … Marvel, too, at the NL’s young stars, including MVP Ernie Banks (.314-47-129), Giants rookie Orlando Cepeda (.312-25-96), Cincinnati’s Frank Robinson (31 HR) and St. Louis’ Ken Boyer (.307-23-90), who blended well with the big seasons by established stars Willie Mays (.347-29-96), Richie Ashburn (NL-best .350) and Stan Musial (.337).

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27 cards per team … Two-sided cards for basic, advanced and super-advanced play