Athletics comeback is greatest in Series history
Oct. 12, 1929
No deficit is too large for the Philadelphia Athletics. Trailing the Chicago Cubs by eight runs in the seventh inning in Game 4 of the World Series, the Athletics put on a marvelous comeback.
It starts with Al Simmons leading off with a homer off Charlie Root. The next four hitters single, good for two more runs, before Root retires a batter. After another run-scoring single, Art Nehf relieves Root.
Mule Haas hits a low liner to center and, ...
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