In 1920, in one World Series game, Bill Wambsganss completes an unassisted triple play, Earl Smith hits the first Grand Slam in WS history, and Jim Bagby becomes the first pitcher to hit a WS home run.
In 1923, the first of many World Series games played at Yankee Stadium is played. Casey Stengel of the Giants wins the game with an inside the park homer, the first WS homer at the Stadium.
In 1924, The Washington Senators and Walter Johnson finally win a World Series.
In 1957, Lew Burdette shuts out the Yankees for his third win and the Braves win the World Series.
In 1968, The Tigers complete a Series comeback by finally beating Bob Gibson, who sets a new strike out record for both a game and a Series.
In 1973, despite having an 82-79 regular season record, the Mets beat the Reds to advance to the World Series.
In 1982, The Brewers overcome a 2-0 deficit to advance to their first World Series.
In 1999, the Red Sox score a postseason record 23 runs to beat the Indians.