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    1958-83 Boston Red Sox Team Signed Baseballs Lot of 24. All are on Official American League balls, typically 8/10 unless noted, averaging about two dozen signatures per ball. 1) 1958: Ted Williams, Malzone, Runnels, Wertz, York; 2) 1961, some shellac residue and significant bleeding: Yastrzemski, Stallard, Wertz, York; 3) 1962, slight toning: Yastrzemski, Higgins, Monbouquette; 4) 1963: Yastrzemski, Malzone, Dick Williams, Herman; 5) 1964: Yastrzemski, Malzone, Pesky (CH), Tony Conigliaro; 6) 1965: Malzone, Runnels, Lonborg, Radatz, Tony Conigliaro, Petrocelli, no Yastrzemski; 7) 1966: Yastrzemski (CH), Radatz, Lonborg (CH), Herman, Petrocelli; 8) 1967: Yastrzemski, Smith, Lonborg, Dick Williams; 9) 1968: Yastrzemski (CH), Petrocelli, Scott, Doerr, Lyle; 10) 1969: Yastrzemski (CH), Dick Williams, Lee, Lyle, Petrocelli, Smith; 11) 1970: Yastrzemski (CH), Lyle, Smith, Petrocelli; 12) 1971: Yastrzemski (CH), Lyle (CH), Smith, Lyle, Petrocelli; 13) 1972, 7/10: Smith, Petrocelli, Fisk, no Yastrzemski; 14) 1973: Yastrzemski (CH), Petrocelli, Cepeda, Smith, Fisk; 15) 1974: Yastrzemski, Petrocelli, Cooper, Fisk; 16) 1975, 7/10: Lynn, Tiant, Cooper, Pesky, Johnson, Carbo, Fisk, Petrocelli, no Yastrzemski; 17) 1976: Lynn, Pesky, Zimmer, Fisk, Cooper, Petrocelli, Evans, no Yastrzemski; 18) 1977, some bleeding: Zimmer, Burleson, Evans, Rice, Pesky, no Yastrzemski; 19) 1978: Rice, Lynn, Evans, Pesky, no Yastrzemski; 20) 1979: Zimmer, Fisk, Pesky, no Yastrzemski; 21) 1980: Zimmer, Fisk, Pesky, Perez, Lynn; 22) 1981: Perez, Tudor, Rice, Remy; 23) 1982: Perez, Pesky, Boggs; 24) 1983: Boggs, Tudor, Ojeda, Hurst. Pre-certified by PSA/DNA.

    The Ray Crump Collection

    The memorabilia in this section originates from personal collection of Ray Crump, who got his start in baseball within the Washington Senators' clubhouse, serving as a batboy for the club beginning in 1948. When the Senators moved to Minnesota in 1961, he came North with them to become the Twins' first equipment manager, a position he held until retiring from the organization in 1984. This long tenure in the American League provided Mr. Crump with the ability to amass a vast collection of keepsakes, which are presented in the pages that follow.


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