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    1933 New York Giants Team Signed Baseball. Tired of their neighbors on the other side of the Harlem River hogging all of the World Championship glory, the residents of the Polo Grounds made it an October to remember in 1933, steamrolling the Washington Senators by a margin of four World Series games to one. Vintage ink dates this ONL (Heydler) ball to "Sept - 24 - 33," just ten days before the start of the Series, as the Giants met the Boston Braves in uptown Manhattan to split a doubleheader. Twenty-six strong black ink signatures feature all the superstars that made this season a success, including Ott, Hubbell, Terry, Jackson (clubhouse), O'Doul, Ryan, Moore, Davis and plenty more. All but three autographs (none listed) remain in midnight-black ink, averaging 8/10 or better, while those falling below are still easily discernible. The ball itself is toned an attractive and relatively even shade. The last Series victory for the squad until Willie Mays won it in '54. LOA from PSA/DNA.

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    October, 2005
    29th Saturday
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