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The 1933 Senators celebrate winning the American League pennant on September 21, 1933.


"The ball that clinch pennant for Washington against St. Louis Browns, Sept 21, 1933"
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The 1933 Senators Win the Pennant

The Washington Senators, one of baseball's earliest franchises, sported a very good team from the mid-1920s through the early 1930s with players like Walter Johnson, Goose Goslin, Sam Rice and Joe Cronin. They won the American League pennant and World Series in 1924 and the pennant again in 1925 and 1933. This ball clinched the 1933 pennant for the Senators.


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See the special World Series train menu signed by the 1933 Washington Senators.

See the ball that clinched the pennant for the 1955 Brooklyn Dodgers.

See a rare scorecard from the 1933 Political World Series, where prominent members of Congress played each other in a charity baseball game.

See the ticket that would have gained you admission to the forfeited final game of baseball, until the Nationals in 2004, to be played in Washington D.C. in 1971.