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    1922 Yankee Stadium Blueprint. The original Yankee Stadium was more than a ballpark; it was "The Cathedral of Baseball." In its eighty-five-year history, it played host to 161 post-season games (more than any other stadium in history) and thirty-seven World Series, with the Yankees winning twenty-six of them. Construction began in 1922 and finished in 1923. Babe Ruth fittingly hit the first homerun at Yankee Stadium on opening day 1923. The House That Ruth Built was also the site of Lou Gehrig's Farewell, Don Larsen's World Series perfect game and Roger Maris' sixty-first home run.

    Here is one page of the blueprint of the original Yankee Stadium. Blue and white, it refers to the structural columns. The lower right hand corner reads: "Grand Stand. American League Baseball Club. New York City. Baseball Park. Copyright American Bridge Company. 1922." There is also a black stamp which reads: "Revised Office Copy. The Osborn Engineering Co. Approved July 6, 1922." Condition is VG, with tear at bottom edge. Dimensions 24x36".

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