On October 8, 1956,
Yankee Don Larsen pitched
in Game Five
the only perfect game
in World Series history.

In Game Two
in two innings
Larsen had allowed
four runs
on four walks.

Before Game Five,
Stengel tucked a baseball
inside Larsen’s spikes.
Later Larsen said
I wanted to win for Casey.
He gave me another chance.