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    1944 St. Louis Browns Team Signed Baseball (19 Signatures).
    Offered is a lightly toned ONL (Giles) ball signed by 19 members of the 1944 St. Louis Browns who lost the world series in 6 games to the St. Louis Cardinals. Signatures include: Luke Sewell, Sig Jakucki, Ellis clary, Chet Laabs, Jack Kramer, Bob Muncrief, Mark Christman, Don Gutteridge, Frank Mancuso, Denny Galehouse, Al Hollingsworth, Milt Byrnes, Ray Hayworth, Sam Zoldak, Fred Hofmann, Nels Potter, Mike Kreevich, Tex Shirley, and Al Zarilla. Ball displays superbly. Pre-Certified by PSA/DNA.

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    March, 2018
    18th Sunday
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