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    1934 Detroit Tigers Team Signed Baseball. In one of the rare seasons in the 1930's that the New York Yankees did not represent the American League in the World Series, the 1934 Detroit Tigers took up that role. The team was actually quite loaded and won over 100 games under player-manager Mickey Cochrane. Other Hall of Famers included Hank Greenberg, Charles Gehringer and Goose Goslin. Unfortunately, the team fell short in Game Seven of the World Series, with the St. Louis Cardinals taking home the trophy.

    This OAL (Harridge) ball is well used and dirty, with stampings nearly invisible, but offers a fantastic selection of 8-10/10 quality signatures. Besides the keys in Greenberg, Gehringer, Goslin and Cochrane, the ball also features: Flea Clifton, Chief Hogsett, Vic Sorrell, Heinie Schuble, Carl Fischer, Billy Rogell, Ray Hayworth, Pete Fox, Jo-Jo White, Tommy Bridges, Gee Walker, Luke Hamlin, Marv Owen, Al Auker, Firpo Marberry, Frank Doljack and one other. Pre-Certified by PSA/DNA.

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