On October 6, 1957
— In Game 4, Eddie Mathews’ two-run shot off Bob Grim with one out in the bottom of the tenth inning at County Stadium gives the Braves a 7-5 victory and knots the Fall Classic at two games apiece.

This game featured the famous shoeshine incident with Nippy Jones getting on first base before Eddie hit a 2-run homer off Bob Grim to win the game 7-5 in ten innings. Jones got on by a HBP when show polish was discovered on the ball.

Warren Spahn pitched all ten innings for the Braves To get the victory.

The Milwaukee third baseman becomes the third major leaguer, joining Tommy Henrich (1949) and Dusty Rhodes (1954), to end a World Series game with a walk-off home run.

 

Game 4 of the '57 World Series Henry Aaron sends Yankees Tom Sturdivant to the early showers with his 3-run blast in the 4th inning, driving in Logan and Mathews ahead of him. This game featured the famous shoeshine incident with Nippy Jones getting on first base before Eddie hit a 2-run homer off Bob Grim to win the game 7-5 in ten innings. Warren Spahn pitched all ten innings for the Braves!

Henry Aaron sends Yankees Tom Sturdivant to the early showers with his 3-run blast in the 4th inning, driving in Logan and Mathews ahead of him.