1948 World Series Program
The 1948 World Series was between the Cleveland Indians and the Boston Braves. The 1948 World Series was a battle of pitching staffs. The Boston Braves had Johnny Sain and Warren Spahn. The Cleveland Indians had Bob Feller, Bob Lemon, and rookie lefthander Gene Bearden. The 1948 World Series went to six games and were played and Cleveland Stadium and Braves Field. The Cleveland Indians won the 1948 World Series.
The 1948 World Series program is highly coveted and sought after especially for Cleveland Indians fans. This is the Cleveland Indians only World Series win. The 1948 World Series program is also very valuable in good condition. This program is also great for any World Series program collector.