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    Boston Red Sox World Series Ticket and Program Collection Rather than working chronologically, we'll work logically and start with the best items in this lot. From the unforgettable October 21, 1975 game at Fenway, we have two stubs for World Series Game Six, best remembered for Carlton Fisk's glorious twelfth-inning walk-off blast. Even better, we have a program from that game, scored in pen, ending with the notation for the home run that will live in baseball lore forever. The scoring pages from the program have come loose from their staples, but otherwise the program and the stubs are in fine condition. Stub for Game Two of the '75 Series is also included (EX-MT+). Heading backwards to the 1967 Series, we offer a Fenway program scored in pen for Game One (EX). This was Yastrzemski's first World Series game. Also an unscored Busch Stadium program (EX) and a stub for Game Six back at Fenway (NM-MT). LOA's from James Spence & Steve Grad/PSA DNA and Mike Gutierrez/MGA.

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    Auction Dates
    September, 2004
    10th-11th Friday-Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 7
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