A crowd of 56,407 fans flooded Yankee Stadium on October 18, 1977, most hoping to see the Bronx Bombers close out the World Series in Game 6 against the Los Angeles Dodgers. They got more than they bargained for, witnessing one of the truly great individual performances by an individual in team sports history. Reggie Jackson claimed the title as "Mr. October" that night, hitting the first pitch from three different Dodgers pitchers into the stands as New York claimed the series-clinching 8-4 triumph. This stub is from that very game, measuring 2x5.25" and boldly signed on the front by feisty and immensely popular manager Billy Martin. Encapsulated by PSA/DNA as Stub FR 1.5; Auto 9; the stub displays some lightening of the print and yellow surface, there is slight bending at the corners and some noticed creases, but it is neatly torn and remains a superb representation of one of baseball's most memorable nights.