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1924: Senators vs. Giants
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1924: Senators vs. Giants

Game 7

For most of their history, the Washington Senators were a disaster, but they finally won their first American League pennant in 1924 and faced the perennial power Giants in the World Series. New York led Game 7 3-1 with six outs to go, but the Senators rallied to tie the game in the eighth. Future Hall of Fame pitcher Walter Johnson kept the game scoreless for four innings and in the bottom of the 12th, the Senators pushed across a run to win their first, and only, World Series.

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