1956 Dodgers at Yankees World Series Program Scored for Don Larsen’s Perfect Game.
Lot 25. 1956 Dodgers at Yankees World Series Program Scored for Don Larsen’s Perfect Game. The New York Yankees’ pitcher achieved perfection against the Brooklyn Dodgers in Game 5 of the 1956 World Series. On Oct. 8, Larsen faced the minimum number of Brooklyn batters, 27. He struck out seven. Dodgers’ pitcher Sal Maglie, a former Yankee, turned in a credible performance, giving up two runs on five hits. The 48-page Yankees program is neatly scored in ballpoint. On the Yankees’ scorecard, the scorer entered the names one line above where they should have been, and they were re-entered. The program is ex with a vertical fold and a 3/8” split at the top of the spine. Winning Bid $138.