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    1956 New York Yankees Team Signed Baseball. In many ways, 1956 was the quintessential season for the New York Yankees of the 1950's. During the regular season, the team powered to its eighth A.L. flag in a ten year span. Meanwhile, during the post-season, the Bombers won their seventh World Series title in a decade, reclaiming their crown from Brooklyn's Bums in a hard fought seven-game Series which saw Don Larsen pitch the one-and-only perfect game in the history of the Fall Classic.

    Packed with twenty-nine Bronx Bombers, this OAL (Harridge) baseball has a clubhouse Mickey Mantle autograph on this sweet spot. Sharing the most coveted piece of baseball real estate with the Mick is fellow Hall of Famer Yogi Berra. Other signatures on this impressive sphere include Whitey Ford, Enos Slaughter, Don Larsen, Moose Skowron, Bob Turley, Hank Bauer, Billy Martin, and Sonny Dixon. Overall 8/10. Pre-Certified by PSA/DNA.


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    May, 2019
    16th-17th Thursday-Friday
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