1906 World Series Game (3) full ticket

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Exceedingly rare original ticket issued for Game (3) played at the West Side Ball Grounds (the second game played at that venue). Hall of Famer Ed Walsh struck out (12) to give the White Sox a (2) games to (1) lead in the Series played against their cross town rivals, The Cubs. The White Sox, known League wide as the "Hitless Wonders" (after finishing with the worst team batting average in the A.L.), would go on to claim victory over the heavily favored Cubs in (6) games. A remarkable survivor in outstanding overall condition with virtually no mentionable wear aside from the most minute of touches to each corner. A small scuff to the print at upper left is mentioned for extreme accuracy: EX/MT

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