1954 World Series Program
Cleveland Stadium version
The Cleveland Indians had the strongest rotation in baseball in 1954. Bob Lemon, Earl Wynn, Mike Garcia dominated the American League with .721 winning percentage. This rotation was the best in baseball in 1954.
The 1954 World Series didn’t started in Cleveland, Ohio until Game 3. Tris Speaker threw out the first pitch and there were 71,555 in attendance at Cleveland Stadium. The starting pitcher for the Cleveland Indians was Mike Garcia and the starting pitcher for the New York was Ruben Gomez. The Cleveland Indians lost the game 6-2. The New York Giants had won three straight games and needed one more win to sweep the Cleveland Indians.
Game 4 of the World Series was also played at Cleveland Stadium and will be the last game of the World Series. The starting pitcher for the Cleveland Indians was Bob Lemon and the starting pitcher for the New York Giants was Don Little. The Cleveland Indians got swept by the New York Giants.
How collectible is the 1954 World Series Cleveland Stadium version?
The 1954 World Series Cleveland Stadium version is highly sought after for Cleveland Indians fans and World Series fans. This is the 2nd appearance for the Cleveland Indians. There were 2 games played at Cleveland stadium making this rare and hard to find item. Condition is key on the value of this item. The programs in good condition are more valuable.