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    1945 National League Pacific All-Stars Team Signed Baseball. Many of the nation's finest baseball players got the call to serve their country during WWII, giving rise to Pacific baseball games featuring several ex-major leaguers. In Iwo Jima a National League aggregation formed to play against a group of former American Leaguers for an overseas All-Star Game in 1945. Here we present a team signed ball courtesy the Birdie Tebbetts-led National Leaguers. Highlights here include Tebbetts, Don Larsen, Enos Slaughter, Joe Gordon, Nanny Fernandez, Howie Pollet, and more. Signature quality remains strong for the 26 that we present here, which all appear on as official Pacific Coast League baseball. High-quality and unique war-time memento. Includes a 1945 issue of The Sporting News with the Pacific Tour as the main story. LOA from PSA/DNA.

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    May, 2008
    11th Sunday
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