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Video Vault: Jimmie Hall vs. Don Drysdale, 1965 World Series

From the 1965 World Series (Dodgers vs. Twins), here's a duel between Twins' outfielder Jimmie Hall and Dodgers' ace Don Drysdale. It's in glorious black and white, and even though it's a run-of-the-mill at-bat -- we could watch it forever.
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