1912 Boston Red Sox (vs. Cleveland) World Championship Season Program with Joe Jackson in Lineup for Cleveland!

Sold For: $480

Auction Year: 2017 spring

Lot: 1849

Item Year: 1912

Category: Post-1900 Baseball Memorabilia

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Regular-season Boston Red Sox program, issued for a game against the Cleveland Naps, dating from the club’s 1912 World Championship season. A small portrait image of team owner James McAleer appears on the front cover, as does an illustration of the newly opened Fenway Park. The preprinted lineups include Hooper, Speaker, Lewis, Stahl, and Hall for Boston, and Jackson, Lajoie, Peckinpaugh, and Gregg for Cleveland. Not scored. The 12-page program (7 x 10 inches) displays a heavy vertical fold, minor edge tears, and light staining on the reverse. Both covers are almost completely detached from the spine. In Good condition overall.

Reserve $200. Estimate (open).

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