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1924 World Series Game 7 Ticket Stub with Walter Johnson Win - PSA Authentic

Lot Number 506

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With the 2019 Washington Nationals reigning as MLB champs, it's a great time to reflect on the last World Series won by a Washington DC team. Ninety-five years ago the Washington Senators took on the New York Giants to determine baseball supremacy in the 1924 "Fall Classic". In a hard fought series, the Senators found themselves trailing in the 8th inning of Game 7. A two-run rally in the 8th, a "bad hop" hit in the 12th inning and four scoreless innings of relief work by Walter Johnson paved the way for a dramatic finish to the Senators one and only championship while calling our nation's capital home. Recall the longest Game 7 in World Series history with this Griffith Stadium ticket stub from the 1924 WS Game 7 clincher. This important relic is encapsulated and designated Authentic by PSA. Label notations include "1924 World Series, Senators - 4, Giants - 3 (12), Oct. 10/Johnson (WP)/Wash. Clinch".


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