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    1928 World Series (New York Yankees) Press Pin. The Yanks make it eight October wins in a row as they sweep their National League opposition for the second consecutive season. The wearer of this pin got to watch Lou Gehrig take Grover Cleveland Alexander deep in the first inning of Game Two! Pin shows flaws to the center enameled baseball, which accounts for the overwhelming majority of wear to a piece that otherwise presents as EX-MT or better. Threaded post on verso with Dieges & Clust stamped nut.

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    May, 2006
    6th Saturday
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