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Presented is a collection of six ticket stubs from the World Series, from 1930 to 1933.  The first ticket is from Game 2 of the 1930 World Series at the Shibe Park in Philadelphia, on October 2, 1930.  The Philadelphia Athletics beat the St. Louis Cardinals, 6-1, in Game 2 as George Earnshaw allowed six hits and walked one, putting the A's ahead 2-0. The Athletics scored six runs in the first four innings to put the game out of reach.  The Athletics defeated the Cardinals in six games, 4–2. Philly's pitching ace Lefty Grove, and George Earnshaw, No. 2 man in manager Connie Mack's rotation, won two games apiece.  This ticket has been encapsulated and authenticated by PSA (21573175).  The second ticket in this lot is from Game 3 of the 1931 World Series, played Oct. 5, 1931 at Philadelphia’s Shibe Park.  The 1931 World Series featured the two-time defending champion Philadelphia Athletics and the St. Louis Cardinals. The Cardinals beat the Athletics in seven games, a rematch and reversal of fortunes of the previous World Series.  The Cards won Game 3, 5-0, as Burleigh Grimes pitched a two-hitter and contributed a two-run single in the fourth. He had a shutout until Al Simmons hit a two-run homer with two outs in the ninth.  This ticket has been encapsulated and authenticated by PSA (22393687).  

The third ticket in this lot is from Game 5 of the 1931 World Series, October 7, 1931 at Shibe Park in Philadelphia.  St. Louis outfielder Pepper Martin was a thorn in the A's side in the series, and almost single-handedly provided the offense for the Cardinals in Game 5, driving home four runs with two singles, a home run and a sacrifice fly, as the Cardinals triumphed 5-1. Martin set a then-record 12 hits in the series, including four doubles, a home run, five stolen bases and five runs batted in. Martin's .500 series batting average may have made the difference in the series outcome, as without him the Cardinals batted just .205 as a team. This ticket has been encapsulated and authenticated by PSA (21573179). The fourth ticket in this lot is from Game 2 from the 1932 World Series, September 29th at Yankee Stadium.  In Game 2, the Chicago Cubs scored first in the top of the first on Riggs Stephenson's sacrifice fly with runners on first and third off Lefty Gomez, but in the bottom half, after two leadoff walks, RBI singles by Lou Gehrig and Bill Dickey off Lon Warneke put the Yankees up 2–1. The Cubs tied the game in the third when Stephenson doubled with two outs and scored on Frank Demaree's single, but in the bottom half, Ben Chapman's two-run bases-loaded single put the Yankees ahead 4–2. They added another run in the fifth when Lou Gehrig hit a leadoff single, moved to second on a groundout and scored on Bill Dickey's single. Both pitchers pitched a complete game. This was the last World Series game Babe Ruth ever played in Yankee Stadium, with a single in his last Fall Classic home at-bat.  The 1932 World Series was a four-game sweep by the Yankees; by far its most noteworthy moment was Babe Ruth's "called shot" home run, in his 10th and last World Series.  This ticket has been encapsulated and authenticated by PSA (20839177). 

The fifth ticket in this lot is from Game 1 of the 1933 World Series, October 3rd at the Polo Grounds in New York.  Carl Hubbell struck out 10, allowed two unearned runs (on groundouts by Joe Cronin in the fourth with two on and Joe Kuhel with the bases loaded in the ninth) and pitched a five-hitter as the New York Giants took Game 1, 4-2 over the Washington Senators.  This ticket has been encapsulated and authenticated by PSA (22218217).  The sixth ticket in this lot is also from the 1933 World Series, Game 2 at the Polo Grounds, with the Giants collecting a 6-1 win over the Senators on October 4th.  The Giants overcame a 1-0 deficit (as a result of Goose Goslin's third inning home run) with a six-run sixth inning. They loaded the bases with no outs on a single, double and intentional walk off of General Crowder before Lefty O'Doul hit a pinch-hit single that scored two runs. RBI singles by Travis Jackson, Gus Mancuso, Hal Schumacher and Jo-Jo Moore each scored a run. Hal Schumacher pitched a five-hitter for a 6-1 victory, giving New York a 2-0 lead. The Giants won the 1933 World Series in five games for their first championship since 1922 and their fourth overall. This ticket has been encapsulated and authenticated by PSA (20876981).  

1930-33 World Series Ticket Stub Collection - Lot Of 6 (PSA)
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Minimum Bid: $200.00
Final prices include buyers premium.: $522.75
Number Bids: 10
Auction closed on Sunday, August 11, 2019.
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