The 1965 World Series featured the
National League champion Los Angeles
Dodgers beating the American League
champion Minnesota Twins, in 7 games.
Minnesota, five years removed from
Washington, (Senators) it was the
franchises first pennant since 1933.
Games 1, 2, 6, and 7 were played at
Metropolitan Stadium. Game 7 featured
Dodgers Pitcher Sandy Koufax throwing a
10 strikeout complete game shutout for
the clincher. With Los Angeles winning
the World Series, demand for these
ticket stubs would be high
with Dodger fans.
The value for the 1965 World Series ticket stubs, for games played in
Minnesota are slightly lower
than games played in Los
Angeles. They commonly sell for about
$30. -$50. in Excellent-Near Mint
condition. Full tickets sell for about
about $125.- $175.
Condition is important. The slightest flaws could bring the price down
significantly. Common flaws with ticket
stubs include; rips, creases, writing,
stains, and fading. Ticket stubs that
are not ripped cleanly will also sell