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    1928 New York Yankees News Photograph, PSA/DNA Type 1. A year after destroying their competition as the greatest team ever assembled (1927), the 1928 incarnation of the New York Yankees gathered for this team photograph. Dated October 3, 1928 on the verso, the photo finds a Yankees team about to take on the St. Louis Cardinals in the Fall Classic. As it turns out, the Yankees once again dominated by sweeping the Cards for the title, the first time a team swept the competition in consecutive World Series. Photograph measures 8x10" and is stamped "Underwood & Underwood, Inc." and includes original slug adhered to the back. Crisp, clear image in Excellent condition. Encapsulated by PSA/DNA, Type 1.


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