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    1961 Roger Maris 60th and 61st Home Run Game Ticket Stubs (2). Matched pair finds the unlikely hero Maris pulling even with and surpassing the greatest Yankee of them all. With the pennant race already wrapped up, and the far more popular Mickey Mantle out of contention for the throne, attendance for the final games of the Yankees regular season was particularly light. As a result, the supply of stubs from these two historic games trail demand by a wide margin. The stubs rate VG and EX respectively. Each encapsulated "Authentic" by PSA.

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