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More noted for their "Murderer's Row" team of the late 1920s, the New York Yankees won championships but did not have a no-hitter since their self-named stadium opened in 1923. That changed on August 27, 1938, when Monte Pearson accomplished the feat in a 13-0 drubbing of Cleveland. This torn stub is from that historic game, as the fortunate bearer sat in Upper Box 131 for the whopping cost of $2.20. Measuring approximately 1.5x3", the face of the ticket remains clean, while the back does have some writing and glue residue from mounting. Pearson's no-hitter was a highlight in a career that included two All-Star appearances and four World Championships.
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