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    1962 Stan Musial Oldest Player to Hit Three Home Runs in a Game Ticket Stub, Program & Photograph. Musial was thrilled that his wife and daughter were in the Polo Grounds to see him post a rare hat trick, just the second time in his career he went deep three times in a single contest. Presented is one fan's grouping of mementos from that July 8, 1962 game, starting with a PSA VG 3 stub identified in the header with the record feat. Next is unscored program from the Mets' inaugural season, dated on the front in vintage ink, EX. And, finally, a snapshot photo (3.5x3.5") of Musial kneeling in the Polo Grounds batting circle, dated on verso. Photo has crease but presents well.

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2013
    7th-9th Thursday-Saturday
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