Giant killer Ott hits homer to win World Series
Oct. 7, 1933
Carl Hubbell had provided the New York Giants with two victories against the Washington Senators in the World Series, not allowing an earned run in 20 innings. But with Hubbell resting today, the Giants rely on their hitting star to end the Series. Mel Ott, who had four hits and three RBI in the opener, wins Game 5 when his 10th-inning drive bounces off center fielder Fred Schulte's glove into the bleachers in left-center for the homer that gives the Giants a 4-3 victory ...
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