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    1944 St. Louis Cardinals Team Signed Baseball. With their ranks decimated by the draft, the Cardinals managed to convince their old star Pepper Martin to come back from four years of retirement to lead his old team one last time. The move paid off in a big way, as the Cardinals earned a World Championship in the most glorious fashion possible, by topping their crosstown rivals the St. Louis Browns. Martin appropriately occupies the sweet spot of this ONL (Frick) ball from that season to remember, joined by seventeen of his teammates including Musial, Brecheen, Cooper, Sanders, Antonelli and Marion. Light shellac has managed to keep the majority of autographs in the 8/10 or better range, with just a few dropping a couple of points below. LOA from PSA/DNA.

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    October, 2005
    29th Saturday
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