Goose Goslin rounds third base after hitting a three-run homer in the third inning of Game 4 of the 1924 World Series.
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Washington (AL) 4, New York (NL) 3

Game Scores:
NYG 4, WAS 3 @ WAS
WAS 4, NYG 3 @ WAS
NYG 6, WAS 4 @ NYG
WAS 7, NYG 4 @ NYG
NYG 6, WAS 2 @ NYG
WAS 2, NYG 1 @ WAS
WAS 4, NYG 3 @ WAS

Why the Senators won: In their only World Series win in Washington, the Senators won a classic 12-inning Game 7.

Why the Giants lost: The Giants led 3-1 in the eighth inning, when Bucky Harris' grounder hit a pebble and bounded over the head of third baseman Fred Lindstrom, allowing two runs to score to tie the game.

Memorable moment: Legendary Walter Johnson, who had lost twice, then entered in relief in the ninth and shut down the Giants for four innings to get the win.

Key stat: E2. A dropped foul pop by Giants catcher Hank Gowdy in the 12th inning of Game 7 led to the winning run.