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October 10, 1926 > With the St. Louis Cardinals clinging to a seventh-inning, 3-2 lead over the New York Yankees in Game 7 of the World Series, Grover Cleveland Alexander is summoned to face the Yanks' Tony Lazzeri with the bases loaded. Alexander whiffs Lazerri, then shuts down the Bombers the rest of the way to preserve the Game 7 win.