Legendary June 2009
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Taking the pennant by twelve games over the Tigers, the '46 Red Sox, led by American League MVP Ted Williams, battled the St. Louis Cardinals to a seventh World Series Game. Sadly for the Fenway faithful, the "curse" struck again and the Red Sox lost by one measly run. The offered memorabilia collection illustrates and preserves a many-faceted look at Boston's "heartbreaker" 1946 World Series. Includes: Ticket Stub - to Game 4 at Fenway (4" x 2-1/4", about EX); 1946 Red Sox "Baseball Souvenir" Publication - 32-page, 6-3/4" x 10", large player-photo poster tipped-in inside back cover, which unfolds to 16-1/2" x 18" and shows players like Williams, Cronin, also execs Yawkey and Collins, cover shading but EX/MT overall; World Series 1946 Souvenir Program St. Louis/Sportsman's Park - intact EX w/cover scuffing, unscored; 1946 WS Program Red Sox/Fenway - center pages detached, some writing on/around scoring grids, handling faults, VG; 1946 Brooklyn vs Boston "Phantom" World Series Program - The rarest "phantom" World Series program! - 38-page, EX, unidentified signature on front in pencil.
1946 World Series Memorabilia Collection (5)
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