Orioles slugger Frank Robinson smashes a two-run home run off Dodgers pitcher Don Drysdale in his first at-bat of the 1966 World Series.
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Baltimore (AL) 4, Los Angeles (NL) 0

Game Scores:
BAL 5, LAD 2 @ LAD
BAL 6, LAD 0 @ LAD
BAL 1, LAD 0 @ BAL
BAL 1, LAD 0 @ BAL
Frank Robinson

Why the Orioles won: With Jim Palmer, Wally Bunker and Dave McNally throwing three straight shutouts, it's hard to lose.

Why the Dodgers lost: Running into three straight shutouts in the high-mound era was tough, but six errors in Game 2 added embarrassment to a sense of frustration.

Memorable moment: Dodgers center fielder Willie Davis committed three errors in the fifth inning of Game 2, undermining Sandy Koufax.

Key stat: .192, the Dodgers' team-wide slugging percentage as they eked out a mere two runs in the series.