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    1970's Satchel Paige Single Signed Baseball. "I ain't ever had a job," the Hall of Fame pitcher once claimed, "I just always played baseball." And it certainly was a profession he practiced his entire life, getting his start in the Negro Leagues of the 1920's, and striking out his last batter in a single scoreless inning of work for the 1965 Kansas City Athletics at his professed age of fifty-eight. His side panel inscription on an OAL (MacPhail) ball rates an attractive 8/10, reading "Best Wishes From Satchel Paige." The ball has some age spotting on the other panels, but much like the man himself, the effects of age have stayed clear of the inscription, making for a ball with unlimited display potential. LOA from Steve Grad & Zach Rullo/ PSA DNA.

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    May, 2005
    14th Saturday
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