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1920 was a notable season in baseball as one legend (Joe Jackson) was exiting the grand stage while another (Babe Ruth) was beginning his Yankees legacy. The Bronx Bombers met the Chicago White Sox at the Polo Grounds on August 26 of that year, but it was Chicago that dropped the bombs, crushing its hosts, 16-4 with Jackson going 1-3 and scoring three runs. Ruth outdid him personally, connecting on a two-run homer while also walking in four plate appearances. This beautiful, NRMT scorecard has been scored in pencil and an original newspaper clipping from the game accompanies the program.
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