1910 World Series Program at Chicago – GAME 4 – BENDER VS. COLE
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The 1910 World Series pitted the National League champion Chicago Cubs against the American League pennant-winning Philadelphia Athletics. Both squads were loaded with future Hall of Famers like Chance, Tinker, Evers, Brown, Mack, Baker, Bender, Plank and Collins. The Athletics captured their first World Series Championship, defeating the Cubs in five games.
Presented here is a program that has survived in EX condition. The reaming program is completely intact with a solid spine, no glaring tears, creasing or soiling. The front cover boldly reads in black/beige print: “SOUVENIR SCORE BOOK WORLDS CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES. – CHICAGO 1910.” Beneath this elaborate caption is the Athletics large Elephant mascot with two Chicago Cub mascots situated on both sides of the elephant. A standing Connie Mack is situated near the elephant’s hind legs while an oval portrait of Frank Chance resides between the elephant and right-side bear. The inside cover reveals a large oval portrait image of Cub’s president Charles W. Murphy with four bears located near each corner. The inside pages include portrait images of the Chicago Cubs major players including Tinker, Evers, Brown, Reulbach, and Steinfeldt, as well as two pages depicting super-sized images of managers Chance and Mack.