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    1952 New York Yankees Team Signed Baseball from the Casey Stengel Collection. A fourth consecutive World Championship season for the great Casey Stengel, who was just about the most beloved man in the Big Apple at the time this OAL (Harridge) ball was signed. Twenty-eight signatures are here in total, most notably Stengel himself with Mantle in his tough early style just above, Martin, Ford, Stengel again, Mize, Berra, Sain, Houk, Rizzuto, Reynolds, Bauer and more. "World Champion 1952" and Casey's jersey number "37" are also penned in Stengel's hand. Light shellac has accomplished its intended purpose of maintaining the autographs in 9/10 and better condition, and the application has given the ball a pleasant light amber shade. The ball has been encapsulated in a special PSA ball cube with a "Stengel Collection" label. A full PSA/DNA letter of authenticity attesting to the Stengel provenance is included as well.

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    October, 2005
    29th Saturday
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