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    1960 Houston Buffs Team Signed Baseball from The Enos Slaughter Collection. After Slaughter retired as an active Major League player following the 1959 season, he served as a player/manager for two seasons in the minor leagues with the Houston Buffs of the American Association (AAA) in 1960 and the Raleigh Capitals of the Carolina League (B). Offered here is a rare relic from Country's lone season in Raleigh., where he guided the Houston Buffs to eighty-three wins and had future Hall of Famers Billy Williams and Ron Santo in his arsenal.
    Signatures: Twenty-one
    Sweet Spot: Grover Resinger and Enos Slaughter
    North Panel:Al Schroll, Dave Pope, Wayne Connelly, Howie Koplitz, Billy Williams, and Bill Davidson
    East Panel: Art Schult, Lou Bishop, Ben Johnson, Dick Bertell, and Al Lary
    South Panel: Howie Deitz, Brney Schultz, and Jim McKnight
    West Panel: Morrie Martin, Boyd Linker, Joe Macko, Ray Noble, and Ed Donnelly

    Type: Houston Buffs
    Ball Condition: Even toning
    Signature Condition: Overall 8/10

    Letter of provenance from the Slaughter family. Pre-Certified by PSA/DNA..

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    June, 2019
    16th Sunday
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