Game 7 Drama by Egantx7

Question 7

The 1946 World Series, the first for Boston since 1918, was Ted Williams' only appearance in the Fall Classic, and ended in Game 7 with a dramatic Cardinal win. After Boston tied the game in the top of the 8th, this man scored what would become the game winning run in the bottom of the 8th with his famous "mad dash" from first to home on what would amount to a generously scored double for Harry Walker (some sources still list it as a single, to give you an idea on how weak a hit it was). Name this outfielder from rural Georgia who would much later join his teammate Stan Musial in the Hall of Fame.

Enos "Country" Slaughter