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    1926 World Series Game Four Ticket Stub, Ruth Slugs 3 Home Runs, PSA/DNA Good 2. Although the St. Louis Cardinals eventually went on to beat the New York Yankees, this game was all about "The Babe." Ruth went on a three home run tear in the 10-5 game, including at least one home run for Johnny Sylvester if you believe the legend. The tale goes that Sylvester was hospitalized and Ruth promised to hit a home run for him in this game, and that, following the game, Sylvester's condition miraculously improved. One legend from the game continues to this day... that Ruth's three homers in the World Series game continues to be the mark to beat. Although equaled, it has yet to be overwritten. Stub exhibits light creases, edge foxing, and torn paper on the reverse. Encapsulated by PSA/DNA, Good 2.

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