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St. Louis Browns Collection

St. Louis Browns Collection

Before they moved to Baltimore and became the Orioles in 1954, the Browns played more than half a century alongside the Cardinals in St. Louis. There are still some residents dedicated to preserve the memory of the city's "second" team, which was a perennial loser, with the notable exception of 1944, when both St. Louis teams met in the World Series. Here are some memorable artifacts, including: team watch fob in EX-MT condition, 1945 die-cut yearbook in VG condition, 1951 yearbook in VG condition, 1944 World Series Program (cover detached), 1944 Baseball Magazine featuring the World Series in VG condition and "St. Louis Wins Pennant" Newspaper in EX condition. It's interesting to note that the Orioles have now been in Baltimore more years (59) than the Browns played in St. Louis (52).


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