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Old 06-18-2009, 08:50 AM
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Default Ticket collectors, show us your tickets !

A few favorites from my collection:

1927 World Series Game 4. Ruth homers again as Murderer's Row Sweeps.

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A Perfecto for Koufax.

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Win one for the Gipper game. Rockne's most famous speech.

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Old 06-18-2009, 09:18 AM
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Default Superb set of tickets Brian ! Just fantastic condition.

A couple of miracles from my collection...

Willie's "Catch" in Game 1 of the 1954 Fall Classic.

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"Do you believe in Miracles...YES"

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some of my favorites

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PO2 (Bobby Thomson game) I have occasionally seen in other venues, but PO1 is quite rare, that is game 2 of the playoff and the game the Dodgers won.
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Don't have very many.

These are from Gehrig's last World Series game.
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From one of Cleveland's numerous World Series championships:
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Default Well done Gentlemen. Keep them coming !

Richard, Those '51 Giants tickets are just tremendous!

A couple more from my stash...

A called shot:

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And a shot that no one dreamed was coming:

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A few:

Hilltop Park, C.1903:



First Yankee World Series game:



First game at Yankee Stadium:



First World Series game at Yankee Stadium:



Lou Gehrig Appreciation Day:

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here is my best ticket stub
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Default 1955 World Series Game 7

This is next year !

PSA/DNA stub from the game that gave Brooklyn their only title...

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And a very scarce companion piece. A 1955 team issued Holiday greeting card...

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Old 07-24-2009, 08:12 AM
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Default Sweet tickets Exhibitman!

Here are a few neat pieces from "Pride of the Yankees"...

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Default I suppose if we're straying into the entertainment biz

Here's a Wrigley Field World Series ticket that is missing from most collections!



And here's a ticket for the premiere of "Knute Rockne, All American".


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Old 07-26-2009, 08:04 AM
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Default Great stuff as usual Rick !

I almost forgot about this ticket until I saw your post Rick.

Knute Rockne Memorial Game Ticket Stub Sept. 26th 1931.

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Roger tops the Babe, as seen from a comfortable lower box seat:

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1915 Pittsburgh Rebels Ticket Booklet - still has some unused beauties inside!
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Default Joe DiMaggio's 1961 Passes...

Joe DiMaggio's 1961 American League Season Pass with A.L. Schedule and his 1961 Season Pass for Yankee Stadium. Both in stunning Near Mint/Mint Condition. From the DiMaggio Estate.

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Hi Guys,

This is my first time posting, although I’ve been a long time lurker. The knowledge and information shared on this forum is amazing.

Here’s a ticket to Babe Ruth’s last appearance at Yankee Stadium, June 13, 1948. It was the day the Yankees retired Babe’s number 3. The event was captured in Nat Fein's Pulitzer Prize winning photo.


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Default 1928 Game 3 Lou gehrig 2 HRs

i have a 1928 World Series Ticket Game 3 this is the game you see in the Movie where Gehrig hit two home runs

In the movie, Lou Gehrig hits two home runs and Babe Ruth hits one for "Little Billy" in the hospital. According to baseball-reference.com in the 1928 World Series Gehrig did not hit multiple home runs in any game that Ruth did homer. In game 3 against the St. Louis Cardinals Gehrig hit 2 home runs and Ruth none. In Game 4 Gehrig hit one and Ruth three. While the movie is not specific about the game being in the 1926 or 1928 World Series where both the Yanees and Cardinals met, there are two ways to tell it is 1928. One Gehrig did not homer in the '26 series. Two, the Yankees are celebrating a series victory later in the movie. The Yankees won the '28 series and lost in '26.

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1986 Mets Full Season Tickets found in an executive's office desk drawer a few years ago. I was able to get 10 of them, all Mets wins, games consist of Gooden complete games or HR games by key Met players like Strawberry, Hernandez, Carter, etc.

Also, a full ticket from '86 Mets Opening Day

Finally, Game 6 & 7 World Series Ticket Stubs
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Is there a separate annual "national" sports tickets show nowadays ?
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Here's one for you Red Sox fans--the only Gem Mint full ticket in the PSA population report for the famous Fisk home run game in 1975:

http://sports.ha.com/common/view_ite...7&Lot_No=82157
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Here are some interesting tickets of recent vintage... I've got a whole collection of images (mostly Mets tickets) on Flickr...

September 24, 1975: full unused ticket to see the Red Sox v. Yankees at Shea Stadium during the period of Yankee Stadium renovation... this is the only ticket of the ones I'm sharing in this post that I bought on the collectors' market...




October 2, 2004: the penultimate Montreal Expos game, and their very last victory...



I got these tickets on Ebay for a terribly low price - I think it was $25 for the pair ($64 face value per ticket), just shows you how bad the Mets were back in '04 that the guy who had these 8th row field box tickets near third base was willing to let them go for just $12.50 apiece...


July 15, 2008: the All-Star Game at Yankee Stadium... both sides of the ticket are shown...



Interesting story regarding how I got this All-Star ticket... I didn't actually attend the game, but I was outside the ballpark taking pictures of Yankee Stadium and environs... I found this ticket, believe it or not, on the counter at the McDonald's on River Avenue and 161st Street during the game. I waited a few minutes until it was apparent nobody claimed it, so I took it... didn't bother trying to go to the game, I was just happy to get it as a collector's item... incidentaly, that brown stripe on the bottom of the front is supposed to include authentic Yankee Stadium dirt, that's what it says on the back.


September 12, 2008: a ticket from the very last game to be rained out at the original Yankee Stadium... the game was re-scheduled for the next day as part of a day-night doubleheader...




September 20, 2008: the final DAY game at the original Yankee Stadium... this ticket is for a seat in the first row of the Tier Reserved, and the "obstructed view" refers to the continuous flow of fans in the aisle directly in front of the row...




September 28, 2008: season ticket/planholders' ticket to the final game at Shea Stadium...




April 13, 2009: the very first regular season game at Citi Field...




April 20, 2009: the very first game to be rained out at the new Yankee Stadium...



Interesting story: when I was buying my tickets for 2009 Yankee games, I wanted to go as early as possible... I was already going to see the Mets on Saturday 4/18, so I decided my first game at the new Yankee stadium would be the Tuesday night game, 4/21... after I bought the ticket, I realized Monday 4/20 would be the first NIGHT game, so I subsequently bought 4/20 and said that either I'd go the next night as well or "eat" the ticket... as it happened, 4/20 got rained out so my original choice, 4/21, became the first night game at the new ballpark... giving me two "firsts" instead of one.


July 18, 2009: "print-at-home" ticket to the second of Paul McCartney's three concerts at Citi Field... I went to all three shows, and I've got hard tickets for them all... I found this "print-at-home" ticket discarded on the ground after the show, and since it was printed in color, on good paper, and except for being folded was still in good condition, I decided to keep it... this digital image deletes the personal information of the original buyer, as well as the barcode...




April 19, 2010: New York Mets' rookie sensation Ike Davis' Major League Debut... from a collecting standpoint this season ticket/planholders' ticket is more "complete" than most of the others you'll see, because it includes the little area to the left of the perforations from where the ticket was supposed to be torn out of the book...

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Default Babe Ruth 1930's Autographed ticket stub


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The two greatest games in Mets history - Full tickets.
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I am drooling over the game 6 full ticket. If you ever want to sell it let me know.

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Anybody here ever seen this ticket? Actually, that's a silly question, because the answer is almost certainly "no," so let me rephrase--does anybody have any information on the event? The consignor is a friend of ours, and we're confident it's vintage to the period, but we can find no info on the event:

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Default "Babe Ruth" game ticket

Jonathan,
The date, style and information printed on this gives me the impression that it is from an unidentified barnstorming exhibition game following the 1916 baseball season, FWIW. As I'm sure you are well aware, Ruth and other baseball players from the era would play in barnstorming games after the regular season ended. This was a way that players could substantially add to their yearly earnings.
BTW, Boston had just won their 2nd consecutive World Series Championship in 1916 when this game was played. Ruth was arguably the best pitcher in baseball in 1916. Babe Ruth, in his World Series debut had a 14 -inning victory in the longest and one of the most exiting World Series games ever played.
Ruth would have probably pitched in this exhibition game since he had not fully transitioned into a position player at this point in his career.
I'm sorry that I can't offer any more clues as to the specifcs of this particular game, but perhaps one of the other members can help with identifying it.
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Just out of curiousity, what kind of provenance do you have on that stub? Has it ever been submitted to any major authentication company?
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Just out of curiousity, what kind of provenance do you have on that stub? Has it ever been submitted to any major authentication company?
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Hi,

I just joined this site. I was googling for perfect game tickets. I am looking for Len Barker's, Mike Witt's, Catfish Hunter's and Larsen's tickets. Here is what I have so far.

Bunning



Browning


Martinez


Rogers


Wells


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Johnson


Braden


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100 yr old NY Giants stub
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Default nice ticket and it is from 1931 100%

the ticket you have is from 1931 and the Home Game #21 was scheduled to be played on June 9th but it was rained out to bad
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I tried to post some of mine, but my damn IPhone won't allow me to upload pics for some reason. Does anyone on this thread have the any of the following for sale:

Undated Yankees Grandstand or Bleacher tickets from 1923-1969

If so, email me at patgeroni@gmail.com

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Mike Piazza first major league game and first hit.



Edgar Martinez first major league game.



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Orioles No-Hitter in Oakland (1991) in which four pitchers contributed to the effort (Bob Milacki, Mark Williamson, Mike Flanagan & Gregg Olson), signed by all:


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A full sheet of four tickets to the NY Rangers Stanley Cup Championship Round in 1994.
Not a souvenir printing , these are actual tickets.
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1957 Opening Day and Last day, NY Giants home games at the Polo Grounds.
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New York Mets, Opening Day at Polo Grounds, 1962
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I just picked up this Ruth 3 HR ticket (Thanks Jack for your advice!!)

Also this ticket is from 7-14-17 McGraw/Mathewson managerial matchup. Thanks Chris!
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Old 07-09-2015, 09:39 PM
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Here's one of mine where "the Babe" pitched but lost only giving up 2 runs
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Any help with this ticket would be appreciated> Thanks D. Sorry for poor pictures
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Default Ny yankees undated tickets how to tell the year

ever wondered how to date your yankee tickets that have no date
well read my article posted on PSA website
all will be revealed


http://www.psacard.com/Articles/Arti...-1933-1947-era

I CO WROTE THIS ARTICLE ABOUT YANKEES UNDATED TICKED
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Just had this Milestone ticket PSA slabbed
1966 October 2nd at Philadelphia Phillies koufax last win.jpg
Koufax Last start and last Career win a complete Game to boot
retired well before his Prime

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Just had this Milestone ticket PSA slabbed
1966 October 2nd at Philadelphia Phillies Attachment 204173
Koufax Last start and last Career win a complete Game to boot
retired well before his Prime
Good one, David!
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Old 09-09-2015, 12:16 PM
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Default here is another beauty Ted Williams MLB Debut ticket 1939 opening day Yankees Stadium

ticket has been sold

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