1933 World Series Program and Game 3 Ticket Stub 
Lot Number 360
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The original Washington Senators made their last trip to the Fall Classic in 1933, losing to the powerful New York Giants in five games. Presented is a 1933 World Series Program and ticket stub to Game 3 at Griffith Stadium in Washington DC. The program is in excellent condition with minimal signs of wear and the scorecard remains unscored. The interior pages are white and in excellent condition featuring a total of twelve Hall of Famers. The cover features the two player managers Joe Cronin and Bill Terry while exhibiting a light centerfold and the name E. Wood written along the top. The ticket stub is in VG-EX condition with no staining or obvious blemishes. The Senators beat the Giants that day, 4-0, their only win in the Series. 
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