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    1942 World Series Program Signed by the St. Louis Cardinals. 1942 marked the first of three times that the St. Louis Cardinals won the World Series in the 1940s. Key members of that championship '42 squad have checked in on this official program from the Cardinals side of their matchup with the mighty New York Yankees, who they toppled in five games. Signatures appear here from Marty Marion, Stan Musial, Enos Slaughter, and Harry Walker. Interior scorecard has been filled in pencil, which is the only major condition detractor less some minor wear to the spine. LOA from PSA/DNA.

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    December, 2007
    16th Sunday
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