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1946 Boston Red Sox WS Ticket Stub & Photo – COA SGC

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Here offered is a 10/10/1946 World Series Game 4 ticket stub. This is the only game in World Series history that three players on the same team (St. Louis) had four or more hits (Enos Slaughter, Whitey Kurowski and Joe Garagiola had four each). Red Sox outfielder Wally Moses got four hits as well and second baseman Bobby Doerr hit a two-run home run and would hit .409 in the Series. Cards 12 – Red Sox 3

SGC Authentic and encapsulated. The dimensions are 4 x 7″.

Oct 11, 1946 World Series – Boston Red Sox Team 8×15 Photo

On October 11, 1946 the Boston Red Sox played the Cardinals in the World Series.   That day the Red Sox pulled it out and won, Sox 6 – Cards 3.  This is accompanied by a vintage glossy b&w 8×15″ 1946 American League Champions Boston Red Sox Team Photo.  Photograph, labeled “copyright 1946, Fay Foto Service, Inc., 45 West Canton St., Boston, Mass.,”  Reproduction warning stamping appears on the back of the glossy team photo.


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Weight 3 lbs
Dimensions 4 × 1 × 7 in

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