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    1936 New York Yankees Team Signed Baseball.
    The Iron Horse is named the A.L. MVP and the Bronx Bombers win the World Series; their first of four straight. Signed by twenty-two World Champions with Lou Gehrig appearing all alone on the sweet spot in 7/10 black ink. Others include Dickey, Rolfe, Ruffing, Lazzeri, Selkirk, Chapman, Broaca, Hoag, Pearson, Malone, Hadley, Heffner, Jorgens, Glenn, Johnson, Saltzgaver, and Brown, plus one other. The autographs of DiMaggio, Gomez and Crosetti are clubhouse signatures. Inscribed "Champs 1936. Beat Giants." The ball was shellacked and has browned. The autographs are light but legible. Full LOA from PSA/DNA.


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