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    1924 Washington Senators World Series Booklet. Winning their first AL pennant in 1924, the Washington Senators went into the World Series with high hopes. Facing the feared New York Giants, making their fourth consecutive World Series appearance behind the able management of John McGraw, the Senators would have to rely on players other than "Big Train" Walter Johnson, who lost his first two starts. Johnson recovered for Game Seven, winning in dramatic style in the twelfth inning.

    The offered publication is simply marked "World Series 1924 - Major League Advisory Council" and features Kenesaw Mountain Landis, Ban Johnson and John Heydler on the cover. Inside, however, it is all Washington Senators content with approximately thirty pages of portraits, action shots and group photos. Facsimile signatures of each player are also found on each page. Some wrinkling and staining with one very small tear on the front cover. Very Good condition overall.

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