On October 22, 1910 – After three straight defeats and trailing the Philadelphia Athletics, 3 – 2, in the 9th inning of Game 5, the Chicago Cubs tie the score, then win, 4 – 3, in 10 innings for their only victory in the World Series. Three Finger Brown, in relief, is the winning pitcher over Chief Bender, who throws a complete game. The A’s will easily take the Fall Classic in five games.


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