The ticket stubs measure about 5'' x 1-15/16'' and 4-1/4'' x 1-15/16''. They appear to be in fair condition with some writing and thumb tack holes as pictured. Below here is some reference information about the 1975 World Series:
1975 World Series
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The 1975 World Series was between the Boston Red Sox and Cincinnati Reds. In many eyes, it was the greatest World Series ever played. It was ranked has the second greatest ever by ESPN. Cincinnati won the series 4 - 3. The Reds won the series in seven games on a ninth inning single by Joe Morgan. The sixth game of the Series was a 12-inning classic at Boston's Fenway Park. While there are many memorable moments from that game (among them Red Sox pinch hitter Bernie Carbo hitting a game-tying home run in the eighth; Reds reliever Will McEnaney pitching out of a bases loaded, no out jam in the bottom of the ninth; and Boston's Dwight Evans making a spectacular 11th-inning catch to rob Joe Morgan of a go-ahead home run), it is remembered in Boston for the walkoff home run hit in the bottom of the 12th by Carlton Fisk. Fisk's home run gave the Sox a 7 - 6 win to send the series to a deciding seventh game, which the ''Big Red Machine'' won to clinch the first of back-to-back World Series championships. The series also included Red Sox starter Luis Tiant's extended mediations while communing with someone in center field during his windups while pitching, a controversial play involving Fisk and the Reds' Ed Armbrister in Game 3, Tony Pérez' home run off a Bill Lee blooper pitch in Game 7, and many other memorable events.
Records: Cincinnati Reds (W: 108, L: 54, Pct: .667, GA: 20) - Boston Red Sox (W: 95, L: 65, Pct: .594, GA: 4 ?)
Playoffs: NLCS: (3-0) Cincinnati Reds over Pittsburgh Pirates - ALCS: (3-0) Boston Red Sox over Oakland Athletics
Managers: Darrell Johnson (Boston), Sparky Anderson (Cincinnati)
Umpires: Art Frantz (AL), Dick Stello (NL), George Maloney (AL), Satch Davidson (NL), Larry Barnett (AL), Nick Colosi (NL)
Series MVP: Pete Rose (Cincinnati)
Television: NBC (Curt Gowdy, Tony Kubek, Joe Garagiola, Ned Martin, Dick Stockton and Marty Brennaman announcing). In 2006 Major League Baseball, in conjunction with A&E Home Video, released a ''collector's edition'' DVD box set containing the complete broadcasts of all seven games.