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Before we had the Nationals, the Washington Senators were in town
Here's the big "pinch" in the second World Series game Mel Ott is on first, Bill Terry on second and Hughie Critz is on third. Lefty O'Doul is at bat. Score is one to no in favor of the Senators and it's the last half of the sixth. O'Doul smashes a long single to center that bought Critz and Terry home with the runs that tied and won the game on Oct. 4, 1933. Before the Giants were though that inning, however, they pushed across four more runs and knocked Crowder out of the box. It was one of the best rallies in any World Series game. (AP Photo)
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