The 1924 season would result in Hall of Fame pitcher Walter Johnson's sole World Series win, with the aging veteran a key component in both the regular season and the exciting seven game series. Johnson won 23 games during the season, and in Game 7 pitched in relief securing the win for the Senators.
Instead of regular single tickets to this series, some tickets for the Fall Classic games at Griffith Park were issued in a stacked block featuring Games One, Two, and Six.
Seat numbers were posted at the top, so the attendee would have to bring the entire stack to the first game, at which point the first stub would be removed, and so on.
This grandstand ticket block measures 2.75 x 9 inches, and this unused example has only minor wear grading EX/MT overall.
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