1925 World Series Program Washington vs. Pittsburgh 
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The memorable 1925 World Series was played down to the wire as Pittsburgh came from behind to beat Walter Johnson and the Washington Nationals in the seventh game at Forbes Field. Presented is a stunning 64-page program from the Washington Baseball Club that contains numerous black and white photos and advertisements, many of which feature the “Big Train” during his 1925 A.L. MVP season. The front cover shows some wear near the staples and a large crease in the lower left corner, but is still very presentable. The back cover has a large diagonal crease and tears on the left and bottom borders. The inner pages are in overall solid condition, although some show minor overlap printing errors, minor tears on the edges and pages 31-34 are detached from the stapling. The scorecard is clean and unmarked. Although the Nationals lost the tense 1925 series, any Washington-sports collector can enhance their collection with this attractive and vibrant publication. 
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