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    The definitive accounting of American sports' most decorated franchise

    1923-2009 New York Yankees World Series Clinching Game Ticket Stubs Lot of 27. You can love them. You can hate them. But you can't ignore the mighty Yankees, quite simply the most dominant sports franchise in American history. From Babe Ruth to Derek Jeter, the Bronx Bombers have battled forty times for the sport's grandest prize, emerging victorious at a rate slightly better than two of every three. Presented in this lot are witnesses to each and every joyful finale, a staggering tally of twenty-seven stubs from the first season at the old Yankee Stadium to the first season at the new one. It is the finest such assembly ever compiled, with eleven examples, including the all-important 1923, the highest ever graded by PSA.

    1) 1923 Game Six (EX-MT 6, highest graded). 2) 1927 Game Four (VG 3). 3) 1928 Game Four (VG-EX 4). 4) 1932 Game Four (VG-EX 4). 5) 1936 Game Six (VG 3). 6) 1937 Game Five (EX-MT 6, highest graded). 7) 1938 Game Four (EX 5, highest graded). 8) 1939 Game Four (VG-EX 4). 9) 1941 Game Five (EX 5, highest graded). 10) 1943 Game Five (EX 5). 11) 1947 Game Seven (VG-EX 4). 12) 1949 Game Five (VG 3). 13) 1950 Game Four (VG 3, highest graded). 14) 1951 Game Six (VG-EX 4, highest graded). 15) 1952 Game Seven (Good 2). 16) 1953 Game Six (VG-EX 4). 17) 1956 Game Seven (VG 3). 18) 1958 Game Seven (NM 7, highest graded). 19) 1961 Game Five (NM-MT 8, highest graded). 20) 1962 Game Seven (NM-MT 8). 21) 1977 Game Six (EX 5). 22) 1978 Game Six (NM 7). 23) 1996 Game Six (EX 5). 24) 1998 Game Four (NM-MT 8, highest graded). 25) 1999 Game Four (Mint 9). 26) 2000 Game Five (Mint 9, highest graded). 27) 2009 Game Six (Gem Mint 10, highest graded).

    Note also that five of Babe Ruth's fifteen World Series home runs are represented in the lot (1923, 1927, 1928).

    With the St. Louis Cardinals eleven World Series Championships standing as a distant second to the Yanks' prodigious tally, this lot represents a record as untouchable as any in sports. This peerless assembly documenting that achievement could be considered the ultimate embodiment of Yankee bragging rights.

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