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    1958 American & National League All-Star Team Signed Baseball. While most team signed baseballs from this midseason event are segregated by League, one unbiased fan delivered this OAL (Harridge) baseball to both dugouts, coming away with a brilliant assortment of the best ballplayers of the Eisenhower era. Thirty-one blue ink signatures are highlighted by a sweet spot Mantle, Ford, Mazeroski, Fox, Banks, Hodges (who adds "Best Wishes"), Colavito, Martin, Podres, Vernon, Newcombe, Gilliam, Kuenn and more. Signature quality varies little from an average of 8/10 in boldness, and the ball itself remains pale and attractive with only a couple unobtrusive dots of toning. A special keepsake direct from the diamond at Baltimore's Memorial Stadium. LOA from PSA/DNA. LOA from James Spence Authentication.

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    October, 2006
    28th Saturday
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