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    Don Larsen Signed Photograph with 1956 World Series Ticket Stub. On Monday October 8, 1956, Don Larsen made World Series history when he became the first man to pitch a perfect game in the Fall Classic, taking out the Dodgers on just 97 pitches. To this day, no one has matched that feat. Display offered here includes a nice 8x10" black and white photo of Larsen on the mound that day, signed "Don Larsen, 0-0-0". Also included is a high-quality ticket stub from the game at Yankee Stadium. Both pieces have displayed together to final dimensions of approximately 9x11". LOA from PSA/DNA.

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    Auction Dates
    Mar-Apr, 2010
    14th-11th Sunday-Sunday
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