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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - October 2, 1952, Kingsport, TennesseeBrooklyn s and Fielding win 4-2 Joe Black is Winner Erskine faces Raschi dress ii s Gamble pays off Reece homers in eighth by Gayle Talbot Brooklyn know what dodgers could win this world i series and make a lot of experts look very bad. It was a smart Loose team out slugged the Yankees i Well hit Home runs they had no 4-2, in yesterday s opener reason for fearing Vic Tremley skilled on defense and the Yankees second Best picture of Confidence in its every Black probably will be Given a Day s rest but he will be Back pee wee Reese clinches game with Homer move. Joe Black the big negro Rookie ready for Relief duty in Tomor proved himself a very Fine Pitcher Row s third game at Yankee Sta As he throttled the american odium. Leagues in the tight spots and i Black s pitching was of course he is due to be Back for. Several the standout performance of the More helpings before it is Over. Opener but not by too much. This was the first opener the Andy Pafko the dodger left dodgers Ever have in six fielder turned in two tremendous world series. Plays to choke off a Yankee threat Dressen s All or nothing Gamble in the fifth inning. First he made of starting his freshman reliever a remarkable Peg to third to Cut did t really look like a Gil Mcdougald after Billy at All As Black mowed the yanks Martin had singled. Then pausing Down inning after inning. The big Only to catch his breath he came fellow appeared to faster As in a mile to make a somersault he went along. No harder Ball was i ing catch of a trooper by Hank thrown All Day than the which Irv Noren looked at to end i Billy Cox. Widely acknowledged the Ball game. To be the finest Fielding third base As they went into the second game today behind Carl Erskine Man in the game today made a Brilliant Stop and throw in the Sev their Small size right hander the tenth on Mcdougald s slashing National leagues had every Rea grounder to Start a double play son to feel their Oats. Having which stopped the Stenge leers in i posed of Allie Reynolds with three their tracks. To Complete the in 8 thursday oct. 2, 1952 Kingsport times Ning he backhanded Martin s nop per Over third and threw him out. In other words the dodgers did everything they were supposed to do. They hit the Long Ball they fielded spectacularly and they had a Man named Black. The Day s hardest hit Ball prob ably was the Homer slugged by Peewee Reese in the eighth which Only ensured the Victory after Duke Snider s towering two run smash Over the clock in Brightfield had sent the dodgers into the Lead at 3-1. Yogi Berra did not acquit him self with any honors to speak of. The Yankee Catcher got the Ball out of the infield Only once in four tries and twice he forced team mates at second when a hit might have broken the game wide open. His opposite number Roy Cam Panella did t do too Well either. Although Mickey Mantle struck out in his final time at Bat when the yanks were desperate for a hit the phenom from Oklahoma gave warning that he must be dealt with by collecting two of his team s six hits one of them on a bunt. The Fleet kid also raced to make a catch on Reese in the fourth inning which would have done full credit to Joe Dimaggio. Box score of series opener ebbets Field Brook Lyn official to score of the first game of the 1952 world series. Yanks a r h o a e Bauer of 00200 Ruzzuto is 01210 Mantle of 02 Berra c 00 Collins in 00 Noren if 300 200 720 Roo 100 Joe Black Brooklyn dodgers throws the first pitch of the 1952 world series with Hank Bauer up to Bat. The Catcher is Roy Campanella and Umpire babe Pinelli. The picture was made with a Polaroid Type camera shooting of a second through an 814-Inch Lens and the finished 3 x 4-Inch print was ready at . It was transmitted by a United press telephoto machine directly onto the National network and was automatically enlarged during the trans hot stuff cures Arm. For Erskine by Oscar Fraley Brooklyn n. Y. Handsome Young Collar and Guy adjusted his tie ing no attention to the whoop ing players around him or to the fact that he was minus his allowed there was no reason to be excited. They be been big games All he said tugging at the colourful Cravat. All 154 were big so. Why should one game be any that was the Calm attitude which car Erskine insisted he would carry out to the Mound Erskine added slowly As he reached for his then realized he d better put on his pants first. I be never started a series game but after All i was in two games in 1949." maybe it was enforced Calm As the incident of the forgotten trousers indicated. But then maybe it was t. For Erskine is a Young Man of 25 who gives the appearance of Complete detached and when he s right that s the Way the whole club feels behind him. The five foot nine Inch 185 today As he tries to give had a record of Only 14 Brooklyn dodgers a two game i wins against six losses this sea Lead Over the grim eyed that s not sensational on York Yankees in the second con the surface but he was Handi test of the world series. I capped for six weeks with a torn i would t say i was in his pitching Elbow. Finally i just had them rub on Mcd Gald 3b 2 1 1 t 4 1 Martin 2b 301210 Reynolds p 200011 Woodling 111900 so b r go p totals Brooklyn Cox 3b Reese is Snider of Robinson 2b c p Nella e Pafko if Hodges in Furillo of Black p totals 0 0 31 2 a r 3 0 0010 6 24 10 z h o a e 0120 2410 2200 1140 1600 0310 0630 0300 0100 4 6 27 11 0 new York a 001 000 Brooklyn n 010 002 Mcdougald Snider 2, Bauer Reese. Snider. Ting. Robinson Mcdougald Snider Reese. And col Lins Cox Robinson and Hodges. York 4, Brooklyn 2. Reynolds 2 Cox Black 2 Mcdougald Reynolds 4 Reese Black 2, Scarborough 1 Black Black 6 Martin Reynolds Bauer r i z z u t of Mantle 5 in 7 innings Scarborough 1 in 1. R 3-3, Scarborough 1-1, Black 2-2. Wild Black. Elli no plate Art Passarella Al in Larry Goetz no 2b, Bill Mckinley Al 3b, Dusty Boggess no if Jim Hono Chick Al of. 861 receipts some hot a ligament which acts As a counter Zirri he said. It Burns like fire. So much As a matter of fact that i could t feel the Elbow with that assist Black haired Carl was Able to come roaring Back in the stretch race and Cha k up three highly important triumphs. Enjoy a Houseful of heat with so Little fuel Furnace volume heat for the Price of a Heater Money Back guarantee Oil e. 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