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    1988-89 Pacific Baseball Legends Signed Collection (176) Plus 36 Unsigned Cards. Offered is a beautiful collection of 176 signed baseball cards from the 1988-89 Pacific Baseball Legends set. Highlights include: Ted Williams (two different), Bill Mazeroski, Johnny Mize (two different cards), Ernie Harwell, Bobby Doerr, Joe Black, Earl Weaver, Duke Snider, Jim Hunter, Vida Blue, Bobby Murcer, Harmon Killebrew (two different), Hoyt Wilhelm, Gaylord Perry, Brooks Robinson, Johnny Bench, Reggie Jackson, Warren Spahn, Eddie Mathews, Hank Bauer, Joe DiMaggio, Bob Feller, Larry Doby, Rollie Fingers, Al Kaline, Lou Boudreau, Enos Slaughter, Whitey Ford, Billy Williams, Herb Score, Luis Aparicio, Jim Bunning, Early Wynn, Tug McGraw, Ron Santo, Monte Irvin, Yogi Berra, Juan Marichal, Ernie Banks, Phil Rizzuto, Robin Roberts, Charlie Gehringer, George Kell, Don Larsen, Fergie Jenkins, Phil Niekro, Willie Mays, Pee Wee Reese and many more. Also included are 36 unsigned cards from the set. Cards are in NM to NM/MT condition. Pre-Certified by PSA/DNA. by PSA/DNA.

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    July, 2018
    29th Sunday
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