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1970 World Series Game 5 Full Ticket - PSA 3

Lot Number 564

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Full World Series tickets are hard to find. Why? Because, as expected, often times someone used them it to attend a game—so all you’re left with is usually a torn stub. Toss in the fact that this one is from 1970 and you really have something. I hope the person who originally was to go to this game at least saw it on TV because it was a good one. The Reds got to starter Miguel Angel Cuellar Santana (aka Mike Cuellar) for three runs in the first inning, but “Crazy Horse” eventually settled down and shut out the Reds for the rest of the contest, as Baltimore brought the World Series title to Memorial Stadium with a 9-3 win. Encapsulated and graded VG 3 by PSA, a couple of surface wrinkles keep this full ticket grabbing a higher grade but it remains a fun and interesting piece with strong eye-appeal.  

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