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1924 World Series Program Washington vs. New York

1924 World Series Program Washington vs. New York

36-year-old pitcher Walter Johnson had never pitched in a World Series until 1924, when he helped lead the Washington Senators past the Giants for the city's only World Series crown. After losing both of his starts, "The Big Train" redeemed himself in the decisive seventh game by earning the win in relief. This beautiful program is unscored and loaded with photos. The back cover has split off but it is certainly reparable. Otherwise, the program is EX condition overall. This was the second extra-inning World Series-deciding game (12 innings) and the last until 1991, when, coincidentally, the same franchise - the Minnesota Twins - turned the trick against Atlanta.


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