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In 1950, Vin Scully received his big break and joined Red Barber and Connie Desmond in the Brooklyn Dodgers' radio and television booths. When Barber got into a salary dispute with World Series sponsor Gillette in 1953, Scully took Barber's spot for the 1953 World Series. At the age of 25, Scully became the youngest person to broadcast a World Series game--a record that stands to this day.

Presented here is a ticket stub from that record setting game (Game 1 of the 1953 World Series), beautifully hand signed by the Dodgers' legendary broadcaster in blue ballpoint pen. The ticket stub exhibits moderate to heavy wear, none of which affects the signature's fine appearance. Accompanied by a full Letter of Authenticity from James Spence Authentication (JSA).

Vin Scully Signed 1953 World Series Game 1 Ticket Stub (Youngest Announcer Ever for WS Game!)(JSA)Vin Scully Signed 1953 World Series Game 1 Ticket Stub (Youngest Announcer Ever for WS Game!)(JSA)Vin Scully Signed 1953 World Series Game 1 Ticket Stub (Youngest Announcer Ever for WS Game!)(JSA)
Vin Scully Signed 1953 World Series Game 1 Ticket Stub (Youngest Announcer Ever for WS Game!)(JSA)
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Auction closed on Sunday, August 4, 2019.
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