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    1919 World Series Game One Ticket Stub. The star Chicago White Sox pitcher Eddie Cicotte intentionally beaned the first Reds batter he faced on October 1, 1919, signaling to the underworld that the fix was on and dooming himself, Shoeless Joe and a half dozen more to baseball ignominy. The presented stub for this most consequential date in Dead Ball history exhibits expected edge and corner wear but presents very well nonetheless, as indicated by our catalog photography. One of the most collectible tickets in the hobby, from the game's darkest day.

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2011
    10th-11th Thursday-Friday
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