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Jack Kramer struck out ten batters on the way to a 6–2 Browns triumph, the last World Series game the team would win until the 1966 World Series, as the Baltimore Orioles . Browns starter Sig Jakucki had been away from baseball for five years, but returned to win 13 games in 1944.What happened in the World Series in 1944?
The 1944 World Series was an all- St. Louis World Series, matching the St. Louis Cardinals and St. Louis Browns at Sportsman's Park. It marked the third time in World Series history in which both teams had the same home field (the others being the 1921 and 1922 Series, both played at the Polo Grounds in New York City ).Can two teams play in the World Series from the same city?
It remains one of two World Series played that featured two teams from the same city other than New York; the other was the 1906 World Series between the two Chicago teams. The 1989 World Series featured two teams from the San Francisco metropolitan area, but not the same city.What was the last All-Missouri World Series?
Ten years later, the Browns transferred there and became the Orioles. The Orioles would go on to win the 1966 World Series, and become the last of the AL's eight charter franchises to do so. Another all-Missouri World Series was played 41 years later, with the Kansas City Royals defeating the Cardinals in seven games.