Historical Hockey Memorabilia Auction Winter 2017
This lot is closed for bidding. Bidding ended on 3/8/2017
Applying the auspicious adage of “Never give up”, the seemingly defeatist Boston Braves went on to win an unprecedented 70 of their last 89 games in 1914 to capture the National League pennant. Playing out like a fictitious contemporary dime-store novel, the Braves would then face the heavily vaunted Philadelphia Athletics under the tutelage of ageless Connie Mack in the Fall Classic, and despite a line-up that boasted five prominent Hall of Famers including Eddie Collins and Frank Baker, the Athletics were no match for the Miracle Braves, going down to defeat in four straight games. This 1914 World Series program remains unscored and originates from Shibe Park.
A vertical fold is present along with a “cut” along the right border that breaches each page. There is also a small stain along the top left, with some spot staining to the center line-up. Some toning and creasing is also present, with the covers and interior pages still all firmly attached.
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