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1926 World Series Game 2 Yankee Stadium Ticket Stub - PSA "Authentic"

Lot Number 278

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As “Murderers Row” made its first of three successive World Series appearances in 1926, it was the veteran pitching of the St. Louis Cardinals that grabbed the headlines, instead. Encapsulated and assessed “Authentic” by PSA, this Yankee Stadium ticket stub was issued for Game 2 of that Fall Classic, a battle in which 39-year-old Pete Alexander yielded four hits and held Ruth and Gehrig to a combined 0-for-7 with two strikeouts. One of eight graded examples, this “Bleacher” voucher presents nicely with the facsimile signature of club president Jacob Ruppert.

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