On October 10, 1924, the Washington Senators win the only championship in franchise history. The Senators defeat the New York Giants, 4-3, in 12 innings. Future Hall of Famer Walter Johnson, the greatest pitcher in team history, picks up the win in relief.
October 26, 1996
Whitey Ford of the New York Yankees sets a record for consecutive scoreless innings in World Series play
October 8, 1961
November 4, 2001