This replica 1967 ticket is encased in acrylic and sits on a wood base. It measures 7" x 3" x 10". A gold placard on the base reads "St. Louis Cardinals" "50th Anniversary of the 1967 World Series Title". A 39mm Solid Bronze Medallion sits in the acrylic. The back of the ticket has the 1967 St. Louis Cardinals World Series logo and reads "50th Anniversary" "Game 4 was the final home victory for the St. Louis Cardinals before returning to Boston in the 1967 World Series." "The talented Cardinals, led by Orlando Cepeda and Lou Brock, cruised to the National League pennant despite losing ace Bob Gibson for two months with a broken leg. The Red Sox, meanwhile, achieved "the impossible dream" after going from ninth place in 1966to first in 1967, clinching their first pennant since 1946 on the final day of the regular season." "Gibson started Game 1 in Boston, and Jose Santiago was his mound opponent. The Cardinals scored a run in the third, but Santiago himself tied the game with a solo homer in the bottom of the inning. It remained 1-1 until the seventh, when Brock singled, stole second, and cam around on a pair of infield outs. That's the way it ended, 2-1 St. Louis." "Bob Gibson, so good in the opener, was even better in Game 4, tossing a five-hit shutout to beat the Red Sox, 6-0 as Santiago failed to escape the first inning." This product is officially licensed by Major League Baseball.