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1926 World Series Game 2 Yankee Stadium Ticket Stub - PSA "Authentic"

Lot Number 239

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Prone to epileptic seizures often mistaken for bouts with drunkenness, Hall of Famer Pete Alexander remained baffling to opposing hitters as he stymied the Yankees with two complete game wins and a Game 7 save in the 1926 World Series, a battle that ended on Babe Ruth’s curious stolen base attempt as he represented the tying run. Encapsulated and assessed “Authentic” by PSA, this ticket stub was issued at Yankee Stadium for Game 2 of that Fall Classic, a game in which the 39-year-old Alexander went the route for a 6-2 triumph.

 
 
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