The 1972 World Series was a true clash of baseball titans. This historic series saw the Athletics make their first WS appearance since relocating to Oakland, while taking on the Cincinnati Reds, who were the first team to reach the series without having the best record in their league. In a surprisingly low-scoring event, the "Swingin' A's" outlasted the "Big Red Machine" in a tight seven-game series that included six one-run games, despite scoring a composite total of just 16 runs to the Reds 21.
This memorable meeting is represented in fine fashion by the offered block of (2) full tickets. Good for Games 6 and 7 at Cincinnati's Riverfront Stadium, this conjoined pair reports in admirable condition, despite a small bit of surface loss on the upper right edge of the G6 ticket. Otherwise both remain highly appealing, with clean, bright and glossy surfaces. The G7 ticket presents (EX-MT+) as does the G6 ticket, with deference to the aforementioned surface loss notch. A photo of Riverfront Stadium and a nostalgic Reds logo adorn the obverses of the classic full tickets, providing ample display appeal.