The 1922 World Series featured a classic New York City rivalry, with the New York Giants facing off against the New York Yankees. The Giants had won the National League pennant, while the Yankees had won the American League pennant. The series went the full seven games, with the Yankees eventually emerging victorious. The Yankees won the first two games at the Polo Grounds, but the Giants came back to win the next two games at Yankee Stadium. The Yankees then won the next two games to win the series, with the deciding game ending in a 4-2 victory. Babe Ruth hit a three-run home run in the fourth inning of the final game to secure the win for the Yankees.
The 1922NHL Stanley Cup Championship series featured the Toronto St. Pats and the Vancouver Millionaires. The series was a best-of-five format, and the Toronto St. Pats won the championship in four games. The St. Pats were led by their star forward, Corb Denneny, who scored three goals and had one assist in the series. The Millionaires were led by goalie Hugh Lehman, who made several key saves to keep his team in the series. In the end, the St. Pats were able to outlast the Millionaires and take home the Stanley Cup.