Lot 282. 1933 Yankees at White Sox Scorecard with Ruth and Gehrig in the Pre-Printed Lineup. This Official Score Book is for a game at “Comiskey Park Base Ball Palace of the World.” J. Louis Comiskey is pictured on the cover of the 10-cent program as president of the Chicago team. Inside, Ruth and Gehrig are are the third and fourth batters for New York in the pre-printed lineup. Lazzeri and Dickey are also listed in the lineup. Among the White Sox are Simmons and Appling. The score book is unscored. It shows some inoffensive stains, creases and an edge tear. The spine is nicely intact. Vg-ex.
Winning Bid $204
Lot 283. 1938 and 1944 Chicago Cubs Scorecards. Chicago newspapers issued these scorecards, which have pre-printed lineups on both sides. The 6.25” x 11.25” scorecard from1938, issued by the “Chicago Herald and Examiner,” is for games between the Cubs and Cincinnati. Hall of Fame catcher Ernie Lombardi is in the lineup for the Reds, and Billy Herman and Gabby Hartnett for the Cubs. The 1944 scorecard, 6.25” x 10” and from the “Chicago Herald-American,” offers preprinted lineups for the Cubs and St. Louis Cardinals. Among the players are Stan Musial for the Cardinals and Stan Hack and Swish Nicholson for Chicago. Each card has been scored in pencil on each side. The actual lineups has been added, and some pre-printed name have been written over. Paul Derringer, an All-Star in 1938, is written in as the Reds’ pitcher for one game. The scorecards are undated. The presence of Tony Lazzeri on the Cubs’ roster determines the date of the 1938 program; he played for the Cubs only during that season. Stan Musial and Al Jurisich were Cardinals teammates only in 1944, the date of the other program. The scorecards are g-vg, folded and creased without tears.
Winning Bid $20
Lot 284. Ticket Stubs for a 1938 Red Sox Game and a 1942 Reds Game. On July 14, 1938, the Boston Red Sox beat the Detroit Tigers, 12-1, at Fenway Park. Lefty Grove was the winning pitcher. The ticket stub, for a $1.65 box seat, is g+ with two tack holes, a ½” x ¾” area of paper loss on the back and a clipped corner. In Game 20 of 1942, played on May 5, the Cincinnati Reds edged the New York Giants, 2-1. Bucky Walters pitched a five-hitter for the Reds, and first baseman Frank McCormick contributed two hits and an RBI. The stub is g with a vg front and significant paper loss on the back.
Winning Bid $10
Lot 285. 1943 Program for the Comedians vs. Leading Men “World’s Funniest Baseball Game.” Benefitting Mount Sinai Hospital and Clinic in Los Angeles, this event was staged on Oct. 10 at Wrigley Field. The 12-page program contains six pages of photos, including Xavier Cugat, Spike Jones, Veronica Lake, Deanna Durbin, Dorothy Lamour, Buster Keaton, Milton Berle, Dick Powell, Mary Pickford, Red Skelton, Joe E. Brown, Fred MacMurray and John Wayne. Vg with splits of about one inch at the top and bottom of the spine and “Remember this?” added to the front cover. MB $15.
Winning Bid $25
Lot 286. 1941 Chicago White Sox Scorecard and 7 Different Scorebooks Spanning 1946-1964. 1. The 1941 scorecard is unscored and vg-ex. The front half of the card is better. Inside are pre-printed lineups for Chicago and Washington. 2. 1946 scorebook, 20 pages, scored, with preprinted lineups for a White Sox - Philadelphia A’s game. “July 30, 1946” is written on the front cover. Photos of seven White Sox players are inside. Vg. 3. 1953 scorebook vs. the Yankees, 24 pages. In the pre-printed lineup, Billy Martin is leading off with Mantle batting cleanup and Berra batting sixth. Unscored, vg. 4. 1955 scorebook, 24 pages, scored for a game with Kansas City, ex. Several blue-tint photos of White Sox players are inside, including Billy Pierce and Connie Johnson. 5. 1958 scorebook with apparent autographs on the front cover by Andy Carey, Tony Kubek, Sherm Lollar and Bill Skowron. These signatures have not been authenticated. Mickey Mantle and Yogi Berra are shown in the Yankees’ lineup, which has been added. Ex, 28 pages. 6. 1959 scorebook, 28 pages, lineup added and scored for a game against Cleveland. Aparicio is show as Chicago’s leadoff batter followed by Fox, and Colavito is the Indians cleanup hitter. Vg-ex. 7. 1960 scorebook for a game vs. New York, lineups not entered. Minnie Minoso is shown. Vg-ex. 8. 1964 scorebook for a Yankees game, no lineups, 36 pages, ex. A team photo and various player photos in blue- tint include Luke Appling, Urban Faber and Hoyt Wilhelm.
Winning Bid $83
Lot 287. 1942 World Series Game 2 Ticket Stub – New York Yankees at St. Louis. At Sportsman’s Park in Game 2 on Oct. 1, the Cardinals edged the Yankees, 4-3. A Stan Musial single sent Enos Slaughter home with the winning run. Slaughter had doubled and moved to third on an error. St. Louis captured the World Championship in five games. This ticket stub has glue residue on the entire back; all type is present. There is a 1 ½” crease at the top on the front and another crease along the side. G-vg.
Winning Bid $40
Lot 288. Program, Ticket Stub for the May 21, 1944 Philadelphia at Pittsburgh Game. The black-on-green ticket, which features a Pirates’ mascot on the front, is clean and free of creases. Ex+. The back of the program has been affixed to a scrapbook page. The front cover promotes War Bonds. The 16-page program shows pre-printed lineups and has been scored in pencil. Except for the gluing of the back cover, the program is vg. The Pirates won this game, 4-3. The program includes a photo of Bob Prince, then a local sportscaster who joined the Pirates’ radio broadcast team in 1948. Among the Pirates pictured are Frankie Frisch and Preacher Roe.
Winning Bid $40
Lot 289. 1947 MLB All-Star Game Program with Ticket Stub. With Joe DiMaggio and Ted Williams in the starting lineup, the American League won this game, 2-1, at Chicago’s Wrigley Field on July 8. The 16-page program (including covers) has a colorful, eye-catching front cover. The back cover has been glued to a scrapbook page. Black and white player photos are shown on the inside pages. Names of many players, which are next to their photos, have been circled in pencil. Boudreau, DiMaggio, Feller, Mize, Musial, Spahn and Williams are among the players pictured. Scored in pencil, the program is vg to vg-ex, except for the scrapbook page. The center folio is loose at the bottom staple. This historic program is a charming conversation piece. The ticket stub has a great-looking ex front. Some paper residue is on the back; all text is present and readable. Vg-ex.
Winning Bid $55
Lot 290. 2 Ticket Stubs and a Score Book from the July 13, 1947 Yankees at White Sox Game. In this game, the New York Yankees beat the Chicago White Sox, 6-4, at Comiskey Park. At the time, the Yankees had a 53-26 record and were on their way to defeating the Brooklyn Dodgers in the 1947 World Series. Both the program and ticket stubs have been glued to a scrapbook page. The16-page program (including covers) is partially scored. The pre-printed lineup for the White Sox includes Appling and Dickey, and for the Yankees, DiMaggio and Rizzuto. Gluing aside, the program is vg, and the fronts of the ticket stubs are colorful, clean, free of creases and ex.
Minimum Bid $20
Lot 291. 1950 MLB All-Star Game Program with Ticket Stub. Played on July 11 at Chicago’s Comiskey Park, this All-Star Game was the first to be settled in extra innings. The teams were tied at 3-3 after nine innings. In the top of the 14th, Red Schoendienst homered against Ted Gray to put the National League ahead. In the bottom of the inning, Joe DiMaggio grounded into a game-ending double play. Black and white player photos are shown inside the 38-page program, which has a red, white and blue cover. Among the star are Jackie Robinson, Berra, Campanella, DiMaggio, Doby, Feller, Kiner, Musial, Rizzuto, Snider and Ted Williams. The names of many players have been circled in pencil. The program has been scored in pencil, and the center folio is loose. G cover, vg to vg-ex interior, as marked. The ticket stub is a nice vg+ to ex with no stains or abrasions.
Winning Bid $50
Lot 292. Pittsburgh Baseball Club “Pirate Knot Hole Club” 1953 Season Pass. The front of the pass, numbered “30814,” features the Pirates’ early 1950s logo and the facsimile signature of John W. Galbreath, team president. The owner’s name is lightly written on in pencil, and “715” has been added in pen as the “Agency No.” Conditions for using the pass are on the back. Vg.
Winning Bid $25
Lot 293. 1957 All-Star Game Ticket Stub. At Busch Stadium in St. Louis on July 9, the American League defeated the National League, 6-5. Mickey Mantle, Willie Mays and Ted Williams were all instrumental in scoring runs. The ticket stub shows minor paper loss on the front and additional paper loss on approximately one-fourth of the back. It is free of creases. G-vg. The front displays nicely.
Winning Bid $40
Lot 294. 1960 Pittsburgh Pirates at New York Yankees World Series Program. A team photo of the 1960 American League champions spreads across the front and back covers of this 52-page unscored program. Individual players’ photos with brief biographical sketches are presented inside for both teams. In this series, the Yankees outscored the Pirates, 53-27, and New York’s Bobby Richardson was named the series MVP. Nevertheless, Bill Mazeroski’s 9th inning walk-off home run of Game 7 made the Pirates World Champions. Vg+ cover with ex pages.
Winning Bid $185
Lot 295. Full Unused Ticket from a May 30, 1962 Pittsburgh Pirates Baseball Game. This ticket for Field Box 48 Row AA Seat 4 is part of a season ticket package (as indicated on the front of the ticket). Roberto Clemente collected three hits, Dick Stuart drove in two runs and Smoky Burgess sent another runner home as the Pirates defeated the Cardinals in this game, 3-1. Earl Francis was the winning pitcher. The ticket, made from relatively thin paper, is clean and vg-ex.
Winning Bid $20
Lot 296. 1964 World Series Game 7 Ticket Stub – Yankees at Cardinals. Pitching on only two day’s rest, Bob Gibson outdueled Mel Stottlemyre on Oct. 15 at Busch Stadium, and St. Louis clinched another World Championship with a 7-5 triumph. Mickey Mantle hit a three-run homer for New York. The ticket stub is a beauty. Only a small amount of paper loss is evident on the back where the stub was removed from the rest of the ticket. There are no creases. The colors are sharp and crisp. Ex-m.
Winning Bid $83