1910 World Series

The Philadelphia A's defeat the Cubs 4 games to 1 to win the World Series.  A's pitcher, Jack Coombs gets 3 wins in the Series.

October 17, 1910

Game 1, World Series
 In Philadelphia, the A's defeat the Cubs 4-1 to take a 1 game to zero lead in the 1910 World Series.

October 18, 1910

Game 2, World Series
 In Philadelphia, the A's take a 2 games to 0 lead in the World Series against the Cubs with a 9-3 victory. Eddie Collins steals 2 bases.

October 20, 1910

Game 3, World Series
 At West Side Grounds, the A's take a commanding 3 games to zero lead in World Series with a 12-5 victory over the Cubs.

October 22, 1910

Game 4, World Series
 Cubs make a nice comeback, trailing 3-2 in 9th inning and win game in 10th inning 4-3 to extend the World Series. A's still lead Series 3 games to 1.

October 23, 1910

Game 5, World Series
 A's win World Series against Cubs 4 games to 1 with a 7-2 victory over the Cubs. Jack Coombs  wins his 3rd game of the Series.