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The New York Giants in 1917 baseball World Series games 3 and 4 in New York against the Chicago White Sox.
Baseball 1917 World Series games numbers three and four in New York at Polo Grounds IV stadium in Upper Manhattan, New York City. A large crowd gathers at the stadium to watch the game. New York Mayor John Mitchel arrives along with officers and Mayor Mitchel throws out the first pitch. World Series Baseball game 3 in progress. Giants take the lead at 2 – 0 in the fourth. Robinson scores on Holke’s double. Burns singles, sending Holke home. A closeup view of Dave Robertson and Rube Benton in the dugout. The crowd cheers the teams. View also from game 4 where Benny Kauff gets two home runs and Giants win game 4 also. New York crowd, all men, cheering the game 4 win. Mass of spectators exiting the stadium after the game. Location: New York City. Date: October 10, 1917.
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