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1972 World Series Game 1 Riverfront Stadium Full Ticket - PSA 4

Lot Number 882

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Held to just one hit in 17 at-bats in the 1972 American League Championship Series, Oakland backstop Gene Tenace came out swinging in the Fall Classic, launching two home runs to account for all of his teamís RBI in a 3-2 Game 1 win over host Cincinnati. Encapsulated and Graded VG-EX 4 by PSA, this 1972 World Series Game 1 full ticket was issued at Riverfront Stadium for that tense opener in which Vida Blue induced Pete Rose to ground out to end the game with the potential tying run on third base. One of two at its tier with only two graded higher, the voucher showcases strong perforations, printed seating/event details, the facsimile signature of Commissioner Bowie Kuhn and a black-and-white photo of the scenic venue with the Ohio River in the foreground. The reverse has a handwritten notation, while the obverse presents beautifully.

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