Rival New York managers Bill Terry of the Giants and Joe McCarthy of the Yankees stand with president Roosevelt prior to Game 2 of the 1936 World Series. It would be the first of two consecutive World Series matchups between the clubs, with the Yankees emerging victorious on both occasions. McCarthy's Yankees earned a four-games-to-two victory in 1936, then bested the Giants across five games in 1937. Surface of 7" x 9" photo remains clean with a small crease in the lower-left corner the only blemish of note. Verso includes handwritten notations along with two different Brown Brothers credit stamps. Encapsulated as a Type 1 photo by PSA/DNA.