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    1956 World Series Game 5 Ticket Stub from Don Larsen's Perfect Game. The 64,519 fans in attendance for Game 5 of the '56 World Series saw the home team New York Yankees win 2-0 over the Brooklyn Dodgers in one of the most dramatic ways possible. Don Larsen took the mound that day, later to become immortalized as he became the only man to toss a perfect game in World Series play. The Mick also smashed a homer to continue the magic that he had displayed throughout his Triple Crown season. A couple small tears have been repaired by transparent tape.

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    Jun-Jul, 2007
    24th-29th Sunday-Sunday
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