Colorful and appealing ticket stub from the fourth game of the 1932 World Series, played October 2 at Wrigley Field in Chicago. The game completed a four-game sweet for the New York Yankees over the Chicago Cubs, the Yankees winning the game, 13-6. The Yankees opened the game with a run on a Lou Gehrig sacrifice fly, only to be answered by four runs from the Cubs in the bottom half of the first. The Yankee bats proved too strong, however, as they scored again in the 3rd, the 6th, the 7th, and capped it off with a four-run ninth to win the championship, earning their fourth World Series title.
The Series is best remembered for Babe Ruth's "called shot" home run, which happened the previous day. History will remember Game 4, however, as the last World Series game in which Babe Ruth would appear, his illustrious career beginning to wind down as the Yankees failed to deliver pennants in his final seasons in the league. The stub has been graded GOOD 2 by PSA with overall wear and surface wrinkling, along with some paper loss at the perforation. A historically important ticket stub, marking the final World Series appearance of the legendary Babe Ruth.