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    1926 World Series (New York Yankees) Press Pass, PSA Authentic. One of five World Series press passes within this auction that derives from the estate of Frank Ferguson, sportswriter for the Long Island Daily Star. This model has punch holes indicating that Ferguson was in attendance for Games One, Two and Seven at Yankee Stadium, thus witness to the famous G.C. Alexander strike out of Tony Lazzeri to save the game for the World Champion Cardinals. General handling/storage wear but complete and attractive, with original string. Encapsulated "Authentic" by PSA.

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    November, 2013
    7th-9th Thursday-Saturday
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