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    1925 Pittsburgh Pirates Team Signed Photograph. The Pride of Steeltown. Deacon McKechnie and his boys ran away with the National League pennant this season, topping the second place Giants by eight and a half games before meeting up with Walter Johnson's Washington Senators, the defending World Champs. It took seven games, but the Bucs got it done, thanks to an assortment of talent featured in thirty-nine stunningly strong ink signatures on the verso of this 7x9" team shot. Present are Clarke, Cuyler (with the exceptionally rare "Hazen 'Ki' Cuyler" variation), Carey, Traynor, McKechnie, and a fabulously ornate J. Honus Wagner. Search the globe and you won't find a more complete assembly of signatures from this team, all the way down to Bill McKechnie, Jr., the team mascot! Only minimal wear at the edges and patches of toning on verso is to be noted in terms of condition, and neither does anything to detract. Certainly one of the most talent-packed teams in the game's history. LOA from PSA/DNA.

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    October, 2005
    29th Saturday
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