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In a rematch of their 1926 Fall Classic confrontation, the New York Yankees and St. Louis Cardinals did October battle again in 1928. Avenging a seven-game series loss in the former showdown, the Bronx Bombers pummeled Redbird Hall of Famers Pete Alexander and Jessie Haines en route to a convincing four-game sweep—their second straight in World Series play. This neatly scored 9 ¼ x 11-inch program was issued at Game One at Yankee Stadium. The 18-page publication features cameo portraits of the opposing skippers on the colorful cover, and the pages within contain black-and-white player images and biographical takes, while the pre-printed lineup cards at the center list the principals of both squads including Ruth and Gehrig. The program is only partially scored, with the first three batters of the Cardinals’ lineup marked in pencil, most likely for Game 1. The program is in excellent overall condition, with all of the pages intact. There is minor edge wear and other markings present on the cover. The back page has a crease fold on the bottom left corner.

1928 World Series Program - Cardinals vs. Yankees - Yankee Stadium
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Minimum Bid: $300.00
Final prices include buyers premium.: $1,107.00
Number Bids: 15
Auction closed on Wednesday, May 20, 2020.
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