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    1936 All-Star Game Ticket Stub Signed by Grover Cleveland Alexander. Few ballplayers in our National Pastime's history have battled more personal demons than Ol' Pete Alexander, who faced down alcoholism, epilepsy and post-traumatic stress disorder from World War One horrors to become one of the most effective pitchers of all time. How appropriate that we would find his 8/10 pencil autograph on the ticket stub for an All-Star Game, despite the fact that his Big League retirement was six years in the past at the time. The stub has an irregular gate tear at left edge but otherwise presents very well. Full LOA from PSA/DNA.

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