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    1954 Cleveland Indians Team Signed Baseball. Despite falling to Willie Mays' unstoppable New York Giants in October, this Indians squad is widely considered one of the best ever assembled, as their 111 regular season win total rather convincingly illustrates. Having four Hall of Fame legends on the mound that season certainly had much to do with the squad's raging success, and Feller, Wynn, Lemon and Newhouser appear in NRMT blue ink on this OAL (Harridge) ball along with fellow Cooperstonian Al Lopez. Twenty-three 8/10 or better signatures coat this pearly white sphere, and four others, which we do not include in the count, appear to have been signed with inferior ink and are all but invisible as a result. Still a beautiful ball with all Hall of Famers wonderfully represented. LOA from PSA/DNA.

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    Auction Dates
    October, 2005
    29th Saturday
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