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1946 World Series Program from Fenway Park Signed by Joe Garagiola

Lot Number 497

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Battling through an injury, Ted Williams made his only trip to the World Series in 1946. The Red Sox "hitting machine" turned out poor results for one of the few times in his remarkable career and the Cardinals squeezed out a down to the wire victory in seven-games. When asked later in life if he would have done anything different, Williams stated "I'd have done better in the '46 World Series. God, I would". There will be no regrets for the winner of this 1946 World Series program from Fenway Park, which rates as a solid (VG) example. This vintage publication features a nice bonus, in the form of an ("9") strength autograph by Joe Garagiola. Better known as a longtime broadcaster, Garagiola was a solid backstop who came as a rookie with the Cardinals in 1946. Auction LOA from JSA.


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