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Aerial view shows a jam-packed Dodger Stadium--record crowd of 55,934--at third game of World Series. Photograph dated: October 11, 1965.

 November 7, 2010 – That prior to the advent of interleague play, the Twins were the only team in MLB history to play a regular season game and a World Series road game in the same ballpark. The American League Los Angeles Angels/California Angels played in Dodger Stadium from 1962 through 1965. In 1965, the Twins were 4-5 against the Angels at Dodgers Stadium but when they played the Los Angeles Dodgers at Dodgers stadium in the 1965 World Series they lost all three games in that same stadium.

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