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    1956 World Series Game 4 Ticket Stub. A dramatic postseason affair, the 1956 World Series pitted the New York Yankees against their cross-town rival Brooklyn Dodgers for the second straight year. While this particular Fall Classic is best known for Don Larsen's perfect game in the fifth game of the series, the memento we present here is a neat ticket stub from Game 4 played at Yankee Stadium. No major condition issues save some minor paper loss on verso at the tear. Stub comes from the last all-New York World Series until 2000. Grades VG-EX to EX.

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    Feb-Mar, 2008
    17th-16th Sunday-Sunday
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