1933 World Series Ticket, Program and Souvenir Mini Bat 
Lot Number 225
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Led by "Boy Wonder" manager Joe Cronin, the Washington Nationals made their last World Series appearance in 1933, facing the New York Giants and their own rookie manager, Bill Terry. Offered are three artifacts from that event, which the Giants won in five games. The game three ticket stub, with rain check and coupon intact, exhibits overall toning and some light staining on the reverse, several small creases, and would grade (EX.) The program, scored for the final game five in Washington, has a 2" tape repair on the back and creasing to the bottom 1/2" of the cover, and would grade (VG-EX.) The mini-bat and small pennant, as issued, show moderate wear (VG-EX.) Also included is a 1940s era Senators pin with ribbon and plastic catcher.  
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