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    1926 World Series Game One Full Ticket - Lou Gehrig's First World Series Game & Hit - Highest Graded. Lou Gehrig participated in thirty-four World Series games during his remarkable career. The Iron Horse never had a prolonged slump. His World Series stats are of legend - .361 average, 10 home runs and 35 runs batted in. This full ticket was issued for Gehrig's first World Series contest. Gehrig finished the game 1-for-4 and drove home two runs. This light red ticket is graded EX 5 by the experts and has only one equal. The corners are touched slightly. Encapsulated by PSA, EX 5.

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