1933 World Series Program Senators vs. Giants, New York Version 
Lot Number 937
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The World Series finalizing the 1933 campaign placed Bill Terry’s star-studded Giants against Joe Cronin’s Senators. Notable for being the last World Series the Senators would play in, the Giants outlasted the Washington squad in a five-game clash. The program remains in superb condition, with a strong spine and bold colors, exhibiting only minor surface wear and amongst the lightest of vertical centerfolds imaginable. The picture-laden interior displays magnificently with crisp, well-bound pages throughout. Though unscored, the only two games played at the Polo Grounds were Games 1 and 2, highlighted by homers from Hall of Famers Mel Ott and Goose Golsin respectively. Seldom seen in this condition, this scarce relic from yesteryear will neatly fit into any World Series or vintage baseball collection. 
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