On October 8, 1961, Whitey Ford of the New York Yankees sets a record for consecutive scoreless innings in World Series play. Ford extends his streak to 32 innings with a 7-0 shutout of the Cincinnati Reds. The Yankees win the Series, four games to one.
October 11, 1964
Boston’s Carlton Fisk and Cincinnati’s Ed Armbrister become involved in a controversial interference non call
October 14, 1975
October 26, 1985
October 22, 1975