Walk-offs in the MLB Playoffs by RauscherM

Question 3

In Game 4 of the 1947 World Series, the Yankees' Bill Bevens had a no-hitter going in the bottom of the 9th, but only held a 2-1 lead due to 10 walks. A pinch hitter won the game with a two-run double, breaking up Bevens' no-hitter. Despite wearing Dodger blue and having a sweet first name, this player was normally no "monster" at the plate with a .269 career average.

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