The 1925 World Series pitted the Washington Senators against the Pittsburgh Pirates, the Senators taking the series to the full 7 games for the second season in a row. This time they would not fair as well. Game 7 playing in pouring rain, Pittsburgh repeatedly coming back to ultimately win the game and the Series. Game 3 was a Washington victory, however, a home run by New Jersey native Goose Goslin in the 6th, followed by two more runs in the 7th to put the Senators over the line.
The stub is in GOOD condition as assessed by PSA, a small piece of clear tape affixed to the upper-left repairing some paper loss, and some excess paper at the perforations reducing the technical grade. Despite the condition issues, vintage World Series tickets remain in high demand, with PSA having assessed just 9 ticket stubs from this game, just one receiving a higher grade than this.