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    1933 Cleveland Indians Signed Team Sheet With Walter Johnson! The 1933 Cleveland Indians finished the season one game under .500, so catching a glimpse of Manager Walter Johnson may have been the most exciting part of the game. We offer a team signed sheet on a 8.5" x 11" piece of paper with 21 signatures, highlighted by Walter Johnson, Earl Averill, Mel Harder, Willie Kamm, Oral Hildebrand, Wes Ferrell, Dick Porter, Bill Cissell, Joe Vosmick, Clint Brown, John Burnett, etc. "The Big Train won 417 games in his fabled career. His overpowering fastball was the primary reason for Johnson's exceptional statistics, especially his strikeout totals. Johnson's record total of 3,508 strikeouts stood for more than 55 years until Nolan Ryan passed him. Johnson passed away in 1946. Paper has mailing folds, a small tear at upper center which does not touch any signatures. Remnants of a paperclip can be seen with imprints on paper, again not close to autographs. Pre-Certified by PSA/DNA.

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    9th Sunday
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