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    1912 New York Giants World Series Original News Photograph by Charles Conlon, PSA/DNA Type 1. It was all about pitching in the 1912 World Series. Smoky Joe Wood won two games and pitched in relief for the Boston Red Sox, while New York Giants legend Christy Mathewson summed up the importance after a Game Two 6-6 tie:
    "This was the only place in the world that I wanted to be. I could think of nothing greater than pitching this game for the glory of the New York Giants."
    Alas, even Mathewson, one of the greatest pitchers of all time, could not stop the Red Sox, with Boston winning the series 4-3-1. This original type one photograph by Charles Conlon measures only 4.5x6.5" but includes the full New York lineup posing with Larry Doyle's automobile on the field. Great clarity and Excellent overall condition free of creasing. LOA from PSA/DNA, Type 1.

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