Who was the first person to steal home base during a World Series game?
George Davis was the first player to steal home in World Series play. He did it in game 5 on oct 13th 1906 while playing for the Chicago White Sox.
The first player to hit three home runs in a World Series was Babe Ruth of the New York Yankees in the 1923 World Series against the New York Giants. He hit two in Game 2 and one in Game 6. The Babe was also the first player to hit 3 home runs in a single World Series game (Game 4 of the 1926 World Series against the St. Louis Cardinals).
The first baseball playoff to be called a "World Series" was the 1903 series between the Boston Red Sox and the Pittsburgh Pirates. In the first game, the starting pitchers were Deacon Phillipe and Cy Young. Since the Red Sox were the home team, and the visiting team bats first, Cy Young would have been the first person to throw a pitch in a game that would be considered part of a World Series.
1945 World Series Baseballs When the World Series was played in the American League ballpark, an Official American League Reach baseball was used, and when the World Series was played in the National League ballpark the Official National League Spalding baseball was used. It was not until 1978 when Rawlings first started to make World Series baseballs that features the World Series logo.
First in 1980 The Philadelphia Phillies appeared in 8 World Series, losing in the years 1915, 1950, 1983, 1993, and 2009. After 77 years since the first World Series in 1903, The Phillies were the only team not to win a Title. The Phillies won Their first World Series title on October 21, 1980. They won their second world series in 2008.
5. He played with the Oakland Athletics in the 1973 and 1974 World Series and with the New York Yankees in the 1977, 1978, and 1981 World Series. He was a member of the Athletics in 1972, the year they won the first of their three consecutive World Series championships, but was injured during the ALCS (torn left hamstring in Game 5) against the Detroit Tigers and did not play in the Series.