The much-anticipated 1921 World Series featured John McGraw's New York Giants, dedicated practitioners of the dead-ball era's "inside game", and the New York Yankees, who relied on the "power game" exemplified by Babe Ruth, who was coming off of what was arguably his best year ever statistically. This was the first World Series appearance by the Yankees, who have gone on to play in the Series a record 40 times. The 1921 Series was a closely contested matchup that ended on a double play featuring a baserunning miscue.

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  • The much-anticipated 1921 World Series featured John McGraw's New York Giants, dedicated practitioners of the dead-ball era's "inside game", and the New York Yankees, who relied on the "power game" exemplified by Babe Ruth, who was coming off of what was arguably his best year ever statistically. This was the first World Series appearance by the Yankees, who have gone on to play in the Series a record 40 times. The 1921 Series was a closely contested matchup that ended on a double play featuring a baserunning miscue. (en)
  • 1921年のワールドシリーズは、1921年10月5日から10月13日まで行われたメジャーリーグのワールドシリーズである。 (ja)
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  • Yankees player Roger Peckinpaugh, Giants player Dave Bancroft, and umpires at the Polo Grounds.
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  • Giants: John McGraw , Dave Bancroft, Jesse Burkett , Frankie Frisch, George Kelly, Ross Youngs.
  • Yankees: Miller Huggins , Frank Baker, Babe Ruth.
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  • WBZ re-created by Tommy Cowan
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  • (KDKA coverage was live, and direct, from the Polo Grounds. WBZ coverage was relayed via studio re-creation. According to Popular Radio, WJZ covered the games live, with some play by play done by Grantland Rice.)
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  • NL New York Giants vs. AL New York Yankees
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  • The much-anticipated 1921 World Series featured John McGraw's New York Giants, dedicated practitioners of the dead-ball era's "inside game", and the New York Yankees, who relied on the "power game" exemplified by Babe Ruth, who was coming off of what was arguably his best year ever statistically. This was the first World Series appearance by the Yankees, who have gone on to play in the Series a record 40 times. The 1921 Series was a closely contested matchup that ended on a double play featuring a baserunning miscue. (en)
  • 1921年のワールドシリーズは、1921年10月5日から10月13日まで行われたメジャーリーグのワールドシリーズである。 (ja)
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  • 1921 World Series (en)
  • 1921年のワールドシリーズ (ja)
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