On This Day In History: World Series For The Yankees

                              

On October 18, 1977, the New York Yankees defeated the LA Dodgers in Game Six with a score of 8-4. In Game Six, Reggie Jackson, nicknamed Mr. October, joined Babe Ruth as the only Major Leaguers to hit three home runs in one game. Jackson set three series records including most homers (five), most runs (10) and most total bases (25).

Check out the video below for postgame footage and interviews from the 1977 World Series!

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