1962 - Game 7: New York Yankees @ San Francisco Giants
When the game ended, a San Francisco police radio dispatcher announced remorsefully: All units, there will be no parade following the World Series.
The Bronx Bombers showed more exuberance than usual after winning the franchise's 20th World Championship.
Mantle, Terry, and Maris rejoice.
Attendance for the Series totaled 376,864 (average 53,838).
References: Dynasty: The New York Yankees 1949-1964, Peter Golenbock (1975)
When in Doubt, Fire the Manager: Alvin Dark & John Underwood (1980)
The World Series, David S. Neft & Richard M. Cohen (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)
Yogi Berra: Eternal Yankee, Allen Barra (2009)
Willie Mays: The Life, the Legend, James S. Hirsch (Authorized by Willie Mays) (2010)
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