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    1957 National League All-Star Team Signed Baseball. A three-run rally in the bottom of the ninth inning left the Nationals just one run short of evening the tally with the Americans at Sportsman's Park this year, providing the St. Louis crowd with no shortage of action and drama. There was certainly no shortage of top echelon talent for the National League-leaning crowd to support either, with this ONL (Giles) sphere from the event documenting eleven of the Hall of Fame roster mates: Musial, Frank Robinson, Snider, Campanella, Mathews, Alston, Mays, Spahn, Roberts, Aaron and Banks. Thirty-one autographs are here in total, averaging a conservative 8/10. The ball itself is evenly and attractively toned, and suggests the possibility of game use that historic midsummer prior to the signing. A remarkable convergence of legends available to the educated collector for a single winning bid. LOA from PSA/DNA. LOA from James Spence Authentication.

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    October, 2007
    27th Saturday
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