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    1930 New York Yankees Team Signed Baseball, PSA/DNA VG-EX+ 4.5. For the fifth consecutive season, the Babe led all American League sluggers in long balls, and likewise in bases on balls from pitchers worried about adding to that tally. He takes appropriate sweet spot positioning upon this OAL (Barnard) sphere, joined by twenty-four other fellow Bronx Bombers including Hall of Famers Lou Gehrig, Bill Dickey, Earle Combs, Tony Lazzeri, Red Ruffing, Waite Hoyt, Herb Pennock, and Lefty Gomez.

    The experts at PSA/DNA have assigned an autographs grade of "6," a baseball grade of "3," and an overall grade of "4.5." Effectively the same core group as the glorious Murderer's Row edition of 1927, but without the exorbitant price tag that vintage commands. Full grading LOA from PSA/DNA, VG-EX+ 4.5.


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    May, 2018
    17th-18th Thursday-Friday
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