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    1919 World Series Game One Ticket Stub. The star Chicago White Sox pitcher Eddie Cicotte intentionally beaned the first Reds batter he faced on October 1, 1919, signaling to the underworld that the fix was on and dooming himself, Shoeless Joe and a half dozen more to baseball ignominy. This ticket was used for admission into that historic contest. Moderate creasing is found mainly on the left side. This was undoubtedly removed from a scrapbook as glue remnants appear on the reverse.

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    February, 2016
    20th-21st Saturday-Sunday
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