The 1921 World Series was a rematch of the previous year's classic showdown between the New York Giants and the New York Yankees. This time, the Giants were victorious, winning the series in eight games. The Giants' ace pitcher, Art Nehf, won three games, including the decisive Game 8. The Giants' offense was led by Frankie Frisch and Ross Youngs, who combined for 11 RBIs. The Yankees had their own stars, including Babe Ruth and Bob Meusel, but they were unable to overcome the Giants' formidable pitching staff. The 1921 World Series was a thrilling battle between two of the greatest teams in baseball history, and the Giants emerged as the champions.
The 1921NHL Stanley Cup Championship Series was between the Ottawa Senators and Vancouver Millionaires. The Senators were the defending champions, having won the Cup the previous year. The series went to a full five games, with Ottawa ultimately emerging victorious after a thrilling 3-2 victory in the deciding game. The Senators were led by the legendary Frank Nighbor, who scored the game-winning goal in the final game. The Millionaires, despite being outmatched on paper, put up a strong fight and managed to force a fifth game. The Senators' victory marked their third Stanley Cup win in four years and cemented their place as one of the greatest teams of the era.