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1927 World Series Program - Game 3 or 4 Yankee Stadium Version

Lot Number 285

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While the New York Yankees and October supremacy have been synonymous for 90 years now, it was the 1927 “Murderers Row” installment that to this day serves as the benchmark not only for baseball dominance, but for a proud tradition that set the team apart from its peers. A coveted piece in the realm of stadium-issued publications, this 1927 World Series program was issued in the Bronx as the hosts readily disposed of the overmatched Pittsburgh Pirates. The 20-page guide features black-and-white cameo likenesses of opposing skippers Huggins and Bush on the front cover and composite team photos on the pages within. The advertisements in this guide clearly indicate that it is a Yankee Stadium version issued for either Game 3 or Game 4, both of which were highlighted by Babe Ruth home runs. The unmarked scoring grids feature pre-printed lineups with Ruth and Gehrig respectively occupying the No. 3 and 4 slots in the Yankee lineup and the brothers Waner listed No. 1 (Lloyd) and No. 3 (Paul) for the Bucs. Covers and all pages remain intact, while there is mild evidence of handling and just a hint of a vertical compacting fold.

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