You don't trade "Babe" Ruth. Ask members of the Red Sox Nation if they believe in "the Curse of the Bambino" and you will likely come away with scalded ears and a much broader profanity vocabulary. In the worst move in the history of professional sports, Red Sox owner Harry Frazee sold the "Babe" outright to the Yankees in 1919 for cash in order to fund a Broadway play. Winners of five of the first fifteen World Series, the Sox then entered a dry spell that would make the Death Valley desert seem inviting. For the next eight-plus decades, not "Teddy Ballgame", nor "Yaz" and the Impossible Dream, not even "Pudge" as his arm waving could will the Beantowners to a championship victory, until finally in 2004 a power-packed line-up, a dominant pitching staff and bloody sock broke the curse. The Sox went on to win again in 2007 and 2013, hopefully putting the "Great Bambino" to eternal rest.
Chase this legend with this high powered group of 2004 and 2007 WS souvenirs. Featured are: (4) full tickets: (2) PSA graded with 2007 Game 2 from Fenway Park (GEM MT 10), 2007 Game 3 from Coors Field (EX-MT 6); (2) raw tickets with 2004 Game 1 from Fenway Park (GD) and 2004 Game 2 from Fenway Park (GD); and (2) official programs: 2004 (NM-MT) and 2007 (EX).