Siblings headed back to World Series, attended 1946 Game 7

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(KTVI)- Morris and Nancy Thomas were just two and 11 months when they went to their first World Series game. Their mother took them to Game 7 of the World Series in 1946. The Cardinals won the game 4-3 and the World Series, 4 games to 3, over none other than the Boston Red Sox.

The Globe-Democrat published a photo of the two with their mother, Hazel, at Sportsman’s Park. It is believed that they were the youngest fans at the game.

Now, the two are returning to the World Series, once again to see the Cardinals take on the boys from Beantown.

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