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    1958 Milwaukee Braves vs. New York Yankees Full Game One Ticket - PSA NM 7. The 1958 Fall Classic was one for the ages as the Yankees came back late in the series to topple the Braves. Easily the most entertaining game was the first game, which pitted future Hall of Famer Warren Spahn against Ryne Duren. It took 10 innings before the Braves were able to squeak out a victory. Offered is a full ticket that memorable game one clash. The experts at PSA have graded this ducat NM 7. A great remembrance from that remarkable October series.

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    November, 2013
    7th-9th Thursday-Saturday
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