1914 Philadelphia Athletics World Series Program
One of the greatest mid-season turnarounds in baseball history occurred in 1914, when the Boston Braves rallied from last place on July 4 to win the National league pennant by a whopping 10-and-a-half games, then swept the Philadelphia A‚s in the World Series. This game program features a scorecard with pencil marks detailing the Game 2 scoring as Boston won 1-0 on October 10. There are some slight chips around the edges and some soiling to the cover, but it still has a very presentable appearance, technically Fair.
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