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    1951-52 Casey Stengel New York Yankees Contract from the Casey Stengel Collection. After bringing home two World Championships in his first two seasons as manager of the Yanks, it came as little surprise that the Bronx brass wanted to keep Casey in the fold, offering his an impressive $50,000 per season for the years of 1951 and 1952. Executed just three days after a 1950 World Series four-game sweep of the Phillies, this historic contract is signed at the close by team president George Weiss and by "Charles D. Stengel," who goes on to add his Glendale, California address below. All ink is 10/10, and Uniform Manager's Contract shows minor handling wear and original storage folds, but is otherwise in wonderful condition. LOA from PSA/DNA.

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    October, 2005
    29th Saturday
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