1937 Boston Braves Bees Season Pass Ticket – Vince DiMaggio MLB Debut

The 1937 Boston Bees (Braves) season was the 67th season of the franchise. They finished the season with 79 wins and 73 losses.

Managed by HOFer – Bill McKechnie, the team featured future Hall of Famer – Al Lopez

This pass would have been valid to witness Vince DiMaggio’s MLB debut on April 19, 1937 vs the Phillies.   

Pass was made out to Boston sportswriter – Edwin Rumill – whose credits include:

Christian Science Monitor (Boston, MA), sports writer, 1930-72.
Joined them as copy boy, 1927, worked his way up.
Covered the Braves & Red Sox.
Official scorer for both teams. Covered every World Series, 1930 - 1972.
Correspondent of Sporting News.
His writings also appeared in Baseball Digest, Baseball Magazine, Liberty. His Monitor daily column at 1 time appeared in 150 newspapers nationwide.


Edwin Rumill was a prominent sportswriter in the Boston area for approximately 40 years. A member of the Baseball Writers' Association of America, he wrote articles and editorials for the Christian Science Monitor from 1932 until his retirement in 1972. Rumill covered the Boston Red Sox and Boston Braves. His photograph can be seen in the Boston Red Sox version of the official 1946 World Series Program.



Item: 12706

Price: $150.00
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1937 Boston Braves Bees Season Pass Ticket – Vince DiMaggio MLB Debut