Historic 1920 Cleveland Indians World Series Game Five Program
Super tough program for Game 5 of the 1920 World Series is VG-EX with a slight split of the spine at the top and a minor 1" tear on the back cover. Game 5 was one of the most memorable in World Series history, that saw 3 historic record events. Elmer Smith hit the first World Series grand slam in history, Jim Bagby became the first pitcher ever to hit a Series home run, and Bill Wambsganss snagged a Clarence Mitchell line drive and turns an unassisted triple play - the only one in World Series histoy. Program is neatly scored in pencil. LOA.
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