1938 American League Season Pass Ticket – Lou Boudreau & Joe Gordon Debuts

Offered is a 1938 American League Season Pass to All Grounds (in the American league) that measures approximately 4” x  3” in size. Issued to Earle W. Moss (who published the Baseball Blue Book from 1934 until he sold the company in 1962). Facsimile signed on front by Baseball HOFer & by AL President, William Harridge.

This pass entitled the user to possibly witness –

•  April 18 – The Boston Red Sox defeat the New York Yankees in the season opener at Fenway Park. Hall of famer Joe Gordon makes his major league debut at second base for the Yankees.
•  April 19 •  Enos Slaughter goes three-for-five in his major league debut with a double and a strike out.
•  Fritz Ostermueller holds the New York Yankees to just two hits, as the Boston Red Sox shutout the Yanks, 6-0.

June 5 – The Chicago White Sox win the first game of a double header with the Philadelphia Athletics, 8-2, to snap a ten-game losing streak.
June 18 - Lefty Mills of the St. Louis Browns pitches a 1–0 shutout over the New York Yankees. It is the second of only two shut outs the Yankees endure all season.
July 16 – The St. Louis Browns snap a ten-game losing streak with an 8–3 victory over the Boston Red Sox.
August 27 – In the second game of a doubleheader, Monte Pearson pitches a no-hitter as the New York Yankees crush the Cleveland Indians, 13–0.
September 9 - Lou Boudreau makes his major league debut for the Cleveland Indians in an 11–5 loss to the Detroit Tigers.

Rookie Debuts by future Baseball Hall of Famers:  Lou Boudreau &  Joe Gordon

Rookie Debuts by future stars:  Jim Bagby, Sam Chapman, Roy Cullenbine, Atley Donald, Nick Etten, Oscar Grimes, Ray Mack, Jim Tabor, Mike Tresh, and Chuck Workman.

Item: 12921

Price: $699.00
1938 American League Season Pass Ticket – Lou Boudreau & Joe Gordon Debuts