1957 - Game 7: Milwaukee Braves @ New York Yankees
Braves mob Burdette.
As always, the losers' locker room was subdued.
Further west, the city of Milwaukee exploded as soon as the final out was recorded.
A New York Times writer summarized the feeling in the Big Apple like this:
The record attendance of 394,712 produced a record net of $405,102.
References: Dynasty: The New York Yankees 1949-1964, Peter Golenbock (1975)
The World Series, David S. Neft & Richard M. Cohen (1990)
When the Cheering Stops ... Former Major Leaguer Talk about Their Game & Their Lives,
Lee Heiman, Dave Weiner, Bill Gutman (1990)
All My Octobers: My Memories of 12 World Series When the Yankees Ruled Baseball,
Mickey Mantle with Mickey Herskowitz (1994)
The Seventh Game, Barry Levenson (2004)
Baseball in Beertown: America's Pastime in Milwaukee, Todd Mishler (2005)
Yogi Berra: Eternal Yankee, Allen Barra (2009)
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