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    1960's Joe DiMaggio Signed Photograph to George Weiss. Arguably the most successful general manager in baseball history, Hall of Fame executive George Weiss brought nineteen pennants and fifteen World Championships to the Bronx during his twenty-nine seasons (1932-60) in charge. When his scouts told him in 1934 that an injured minor leaguer named Joe DiMaggio would recover and become a star, Weiss was able to convince owner Jacob Ruppert that the Yankees needed to sign him. The result was pinstriped glory, and this photo, which is inscribed in 10/10 blue ink, "To George Weiss Who was responsible for my being with the New York 'Yankees,' With my very best wishes, Joe DiMaggio." The photo is mounted to a foamcore backing and measures 7.5x9.5" in size. A truly historic piece, from one essential Yankee Hall of Famer to another. LOA from PSA/DNA.

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    6th Saturday
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