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    1920's Grover Cleveland Alexander Single Signed Baseball. The obvious Golden Age styling of this "D&M Official League Ball" leaves little question but that the troubled Hall of Fame pitcher autographed it around the era of his famous (and purportedly drunken) strike out of Tony Lazzeri in the 1926 World Series. Seasoned collectors are well aware that Alexander singles are particularly tough, and this specimen boasts a sweet spot signature that you can read from a mile away. The ball shows a moderate degree of scuffing, but the signature has escaped the worst of it and maintains a very conservative 8.5/10 rating. The blue and red stitching recalls the Official balls of the era, adding further visual appeal to this elite sphere. LOA from PSA/DNA. LOA from James Spence Authentication.

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    Auction Dates
    May, 2007
    5th Saturday
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