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    1954 Cleveland Indians Team-Signed Baseball. Led by their Hall of Fame manager, Al Lopez, the 1954 Cleveland Indians stormed their way to the AL pennant en route to meeting the New York Giants in the World Series -- unfortunately, they fell in four games to their NL foes. Twenty-seven signatures from that team appear here on this vintage '50s-era OAL (Harridge) baseball. Manager Lopez holds down the sweet spot, while other notables include: Bob Avila, Bob Lemon (HOF), Early Wynn (HOF), Bob Feller (HOF), and Larry Doby (HOF). Signatures average VG to VG-EX or better. LOA from PSA/DNA.

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    April, 2006
    30th Sunday
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