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1946 World Series Program - Boston Red Sox vs. St. Louis Cardinals - Signed, Autographed by (6) Hall of Famers & All-Stars Dom DiMaggio, Ted Williams, Enos Slaughter, Stan Musial & Others

The 1946 World Series was between the St. Louis Cardinals and Boston Red Sox. It was the first World Series for the Sox since 1918. The Cardinals won the Series in seven games winning their sixth championship.

Presented is a great 1946 World Series program signed by stars and Hall of Famers. The front cover was signed by Dom DiMaggio, Marty Marion, Stan Musial, Red Schoendienst, Enos Slaughter and Ted Williams. Each autograph is strong in felt tip pen ("9-10"). The program (EX) itself is scored in the interior in pencil and is from Game One. The first game was a 3-2 Boston stunner victory as Rudy York hit a home run into the left field bleachers in the tenth inning in St. Louis. 


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