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    1912 Boston Red Sox Pennant. Created to commemorate Boston's first of four World Series titles during the decades of the 1910's, this gorgeous red and white felt pennant (14.25x6") features a raised relief design which trumpets "Red Sox - 1912" and two diecut 'red stockings' in red felt. The condition of this exemplar is truly remarkable, with rich and vibrant colors, completely intact tassels, and the absence of any degradation or pinholes to the felt. Framed to the dimensions of 12x23", the pennant rests on a linen backing.

    The 1912 Red Sox were led by their celebrated outfield of Lewis, Hooper, and Speaker, and a vaunted pitching staff which included three twenty-game winners. The MVP of the team, though, was Smokey Joe Wood who registered a 34.5 record to go with 258 K's and a 1.91 ERA. In one of the most exciting World Series ever staged, Boston prevailed over John McGraw's Giants in an action-packed eight games.


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    May, 2019
    16th-17th Thursday-Friday
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