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ST. LOUIS (KSDK) - It is the fourth World Series between the Cardinals and Red Sox, and two local siblings were there when it all started, attending the 1946 World Series between Boston and St. Louis. They have the photo to prove it.

Nancy and Morris Thomas were the youngest fans in attendance at just 2-years-old and 11-months-old.

Their mother, Hazel, took them to Game 7 at Sportman's Park while their father was at work. It was a game featuring two of baseball's greats: Stan Musial and Ted Williams.

Neither Nancy or Morris remember the game, but have treasured the picture for decades.

"It means a lot to me, my goodness, that's history. That was 67 years ago," said Morris Thomas.

Both siblings predict a Cardinals victory in Game 7 just like the series in 1946.