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Sold Pair of 1942 Boston Red Sox Official Batting Order Line Up Cards Signed by 16 Incl. Ted Williams, Jimmie Foxx, Dom DiMaggio et al. (Williams First Triple Crown Season)

Presented is a pair of 1942 Boston Red Sox official batting order line up cards. 1942 was the first season that Ted Williams won the prestigious Triple Crown award (he won a second in 1947). The team finished in second place overall in the division. 

These cards are from the Red Sox (home) as the ground rules are printed on the verso. Between both there are a total of 16 signatures in black pen. Signatures include Ted Williams, Jimmie Foxx, Johnny Pesky, Dom DiMaggio, Oscar Judd, Bill Butland, Bill Conroy, Paul Campbell, Jim Tabor, Lou Finney, Pete Fox, Tony Lupien, Mike Ryba, Larry Woodall, Charlie Wagner and Joe Dobson. 

 

 

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