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    1936 New York Yankees Team Signed World Series Program. The top stars of the eventual World Champions, thirteen to be exact, have autographed this program purchased at Game Two of this memorable Subway Series, a contest that saw the visiting Yanks trounce their Polo Grounds hosts by a score of eighteen to four to even the competition at a game apiece. Hall of Famers Tony Lazzeri and Bill Dickey each went yard in the blowout, and appear among the autograph roster that likewise includes Gehrig, Combs, McCarthy, DiMaggio and newly-inducted Hall of Fame executive Jake Ruppert. Each signs beside his photographic portrait within the program's pages, and glued to Ruppert's page is the fan's snapshot of President Roosevelt's motorcade in the vast Polo Grounds outfield. All autographs rate 8/10 or better and the program itself survives quite nicely as well, scored in pen. The fan has written the game's result on the cover. Full LOA from PSA/DNA.

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