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    1930 Philadelphia Athletics Team Signed Baseball with Kid Gleason. The World Championship squad is ably represented on this OAL (Barnard) ball featuring the signatures of a nice assortment of pre-war Hall of Famers, and perhaps most notably that of 1919 Chicago Black Sox manager Kid Gleason (7/10), who coached for the A's after suffering the sad betrayal of Shoeless Joe and the other Eight Men Out. While many of the other autographs have faded from legibility, several Hall of Famers remain relatively quite bold, including Connie Mack, Lefty Grove and Eddie Collins, making for a piece with no shortage of appeal. An affordable opportunity to own some very important and valuable signatures on a vintage ball. LOA from Steve Grad & Zach Rullo/ PSA DNA.

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    May, 2005
    14th Saturday
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