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    1940's Mort Cooper Single Signed Baseball. The top St. Louis Cardinals ace during the war years, Cooper presents a great challenge for collectors due to his early death in 1958 at age forty-five. The 1942 National League MVP attributed much of his success to the help of his brother Walker, who called the pitches for Mort for several years as the Cardinals catcher. Here we present the only example of a Mort Cooper single we've seen in the hobby, presenting at a very conservative 8/10 on a Semi-Pro League ball. Ball is lightly toned and displays very nicely. LOA from PSA/DNA. LOA from James Spence Authentication.

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    May, 2007
    5th Saturday
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