1932 World Series Program - New York Version 
Lot Number 264
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The 1932 World Series is best known for Babe Ruth’s “called shot” but the four game sweep of the Chicago Cubs was actually fueled by the great Lou Gehrig who lead the Yankees with a .529 average, three homeruns and eight RBIs. Presented is an 18-page program from one of the two games held at Yankee Stadium, either Game 1 or Game 2 of the series. The program is complete but the two centermost pages are loose from the staples. The line-up cards are unmarked, but there are several blemishes and light toning present. The cover features nice graphics but a piece of vintage tape is attached to the spine. The common centerfold crease is also present. The overall condition of the publication is (VG) and this represents the last World Series in which Babe Ruth would play and therefore it is highly desirable. 
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