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    1937 New York Yankees Partial Team Signed Baseball with Gehrig/McCarthy Sweet Spot! Sweet spots don't get much sweeter than this one, which provides bold (8/10) black fountain pen autographs from a pair of pinstriped icons linked forever through heartbreaking photos of Gehrig's "Luckiest Man" farewell. "I had him for over eight years and he never gave me a moment's trouble," McCarthy told reporters. "I guess you might say he was kind of my favorite." The ten autographs that join this Hall of Fame duo allows the ball's assignment to the 1937 World Championship season: DiMaggio, Dickey, Lazzeri, Ruffing, Powell, Selkirk, Makosky, Crosetti, Chandler and Schulte. These autographs average 5/10. OAL (Harridge) ball exhibits some toning but presents well. Full LOA from PSA/DNA. Full LOA from James Spence Authentication.

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