War of 1912 – World Series Trophy

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Rivals bicker over Red Sox relic

1912 trophy in Yankee land

By Dave Wedge and Jessica Van Sack
Friday, November 27, 2009 –

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A coveted piece of Red Sox [team stats] lore sits deep in Yankee country with an uncertain future as a pair of rival collectors bitterly feud over who will profit from a potential sale of the Olde Town Team’s 1912 World Series trophy.

“You wonder how it got out of the Red Sox’ and Major League Baseball’s hands,” said City Councilor John Tobin, who has held the precious trophy. “But it’s a money issue, and hopefully it gets resolved. It could be a wonderful piece to put on display somewhere in the city.”

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