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OFFICIAL GAME TIME
Browns Win after 92 Innings



FINAL SCORE

119
81
Official Box Score
 
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H
E
 Browns
119
144
27
 Stars
81
103
43

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Chuck Williams and Steve Pona
with the Guinness World Record Certificate.


Guinness World Record Certificate
 
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1944 St. Louis Browns
St. Louis was a two-team town for most of the early 20th century. While the Cardinals were dominating the MLB National League, the Browns were perennial lovable losers. “First in booze, first in shoes and last in the American League...” Until the magical year of 1944 when the lovable Browns won the American League pennant and faced their cross-town rival St. Louis Cardinals in a street-car World Series. The Browns played at Sportsman’s Park and  some of their All-time great players include George Sisler, Satchel Paige, Roy Seivers and Don Larson.
 
1928 St. Louis Stars
The St. Louis Stars of the Negro National League were one of baseball’s most talented teams, ever. The Stars the Negro League world championship in 1928, 1930 and 1931 (the last season of the Negro National League). The Stars boasted two of the fastest men to ever play the game, James “Cool Papa” Bell and George Giles. Willie “Devil” Wells was St. Louis’ original shortstop wizard. And Mule Suttles was one of baseball’s most feared sluggers in his era. The Stars stadium featured a short left field with a towering fence much like Fenway Park in Boston.




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