October 2006
Baseball Digest;Oct2006, Vol. 65 Issue 8, p88
This article presents a list of Major League Baseball home runs, which were made by pitchers during the World Series. Baseball players on the list include Cleveland Indians pitcher Jim Bagby on October 10, 1920, St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Bob Gibson on October 12, 1967, and Ken Holtzman of the Oakland Athletics on October 16, 1974.


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