On October 21, 1973, the Oakland A’s win their second consecutive World Championship. Reggie Jackson and Campy Campaneris hit two-run homers to lead the A’s to a 5-2 win over the New York Mets in Game Seven of the World Series. The game marks the final appearance in an A’s uniform for manager Dick Williams, who announces his resignation…

Darold Knowles, coming out of the bullpen with two outs and two on in the ninth, gets Wayne Garrett to pop out. The 31 year-old southpaw reliever, who hurls 6.1 Fall Classic innings without giving up an earned run en route to recording two saves, is the first pitcher to appear in all seven games of a World Series.

October 21, 1973 - After belting a 2-run homer in the bottom of the 3rd inning of Game 7 of the World Series, Reggie Jackson receives a standing ovation from the fans as he goes out to RF in the top of the 4th.

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