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    1954 Brooklyn Dodgers Signed Book with Robinson, Alston. Though author Al Campanis' Big League career consisted of seven games for the 1943 Bums, the text on the dust cover notes that he was serving as "Field Supervisor and Assistant Field Director of the Brooklyn Dodger Spring Training Camp" at the time of this volume's publication. Appearing on the blank opening page of "The Dodgers' Way to Play Baseball" are seven 10/10 blue ink signatures from the organization, most notably Hall of Famers Jackie Robinson and Walt Alston. Shuba, Meyer, Loes, Hoak and Campanis himself represent the balance. Very minor age toning and wear to the dust jacket represent the only condition issues, and the autograph quality is not diminished by these concerns. LOA from PSA/DNA. LOA from James Spence Authentication.

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    28th Saturday
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