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First No Hitter at Yankee Stadium Ticket Stub

First No Hitter at Yankee Stadium Ticket Stub

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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