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    1934 World Series Game Five Ticket Stub. Despite a solid outing from star hurler Dizzy Dean, the St. Louis Cardinals failed to get any kind of offense together, falling in Game 5 of the '34 World Series 3-1 to the Tigers. The stub that we present here comes from that third of three Fall Classic games hosted by the Redbirds at Sportsman's Park. The Gas House Gang would go on to capture the championship in seven games. Stub exhibits very little in the way of wear, with minor creases doing very little to tae away from visual presentation.

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    Auction Dates
    Apr-May, 2008
    13th-11th Sunday-Sunday
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