On October 6, 1936 The Giants loaded the bases in the first off Lefty Gomez on a single and two walks before Mel Ott drove in two with a double, but Jake Powell’s home-run after a two-out triple off Freddie Fitzsimmons tied the game in the second. Next inning, Lou Gehrig’s sacrifice fly after two one-out singles put the Yankees up 3–2. They extended their lead to 5–2 in the fourth on four singles, two of which by Gomez and Red Rolfe scoring a run each. Ott’s home run in the fifth cut the lead to 5–3, then in the seventh, Dick Bartell hit a leadoff double and scored on Bill Terry’s single to make it a one-run game. Tony Lazzeri’s RBI single in the eighth off Slick Castleman made it 6–4 Yankees, but the Giants again cut the lead to one on Jo-Jo Moore’s home run in the bottom half off Johnny Murphy. The Yankees, though, blew it open in the ninth. After two leadoff singles off Dick Coffman, an error on Bill Dickey’s fielder’s choice allowed one run to score. A walk loaded the bases before Powell drove it two with a single. Harry Gumbert relieved Coffman and after a walk loaded the bases, Murphy’s single, Crosetti’s walk, Rolfe’s groundout, and Joe DiMaggio’s single scored a run each to make it 13–5 Yankees. Murphy retired the Giants in order in the bottom of the ninth to give the Yankees the championship.