1935 American League Season Pass Ticket –Babe Dahlgren Replaces Lou Gehrig Rookie Debut

Offered is a 1935 American League Season Pass to All Grounds (in the American league) that measures approximately 4” x  2.75” in size. Issued to Issued to William Hayes. Facsimile signed on front by Baseball HOFer & by AL President, William Harridge.

This pass entitled the user to possibly witness –

April 16 – Opening day, Lefty Gomez holds the New York Yankees to just two hits as the Boston Red Sox win their season opener 1–0 at Yankee Stadium. In the National League, both the Pittsburgh Pirates and Brooklyn Dodgers put up twelve runs in victories over the Cincinnati Reds and Philadelphia Phillies, respectively.
April 18 – Detroit Tigers leadoff hitter Jo-Jo White draws five walks in the Tigers' 5–4 victory over the Chicago White Sox.
July 7 – The Detroit Tigers complete a ten-game winning streak that pulls them within one game of the first place Yankees
•  July 23 – With first place in the American League on the line, the Detroit Tigers and New York Yankees split a double header. Detroit wins the following day, 4–0, to leave Detroit a half game up on the Yankees. They remain in first for the remainder of the season.
•  August 10 – The New York Yankees defeat the Philadelphia A's, 18–7. Right fielder George Selkirk hits two home runs and drives in eight.
August 27 – In the first game of a double header at Comiskey Park with the Chicago White Sox, Lou Gehrig goes three-for-five with two RBIs and two runs scored to lead the Yankees to a 13–10 victory. In the second game, Gehrig is walked five times. Chicago wins that game, 4–3.
•  August 31 – Vern Kennedy pitches a no-hitter as the Chicago White Sox defeat the Cleveland Indians, 5–0. It is the first no-hitter in the American League since 1931, and the first ever at Chicago's Comiskey Park.
•  September 12 – The Philadelphia Athletics sweep a double header from the Chicago White Sox to end a thirteen-game losing streak.

Rookie Debuts by future stars:  Babe Dahlgren (replaced Lou Gehrig), Tommy Heath, Bud Hafey, Jesse Hill, Buddy Lewis, Wally Moses, Hy Vandenberg.

Hank Greenberg wins the AL MVP

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1935 American League Season Pass Ticket –Babe Dahlgren Replaces Lou Gehrig Rookie Debut