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    1960 New York Yankees Team Signed Baseball. Winning just shy of 100 games in the 1960 season, the Yankees start marked another incredible run for the team. Appearing in every World Series match-up from 1960-64, the Yankees would finish on the short end of the championship in 1960, losing to the Pittsburgh Pirates in seven games. Found on a Spalding Official Home Run League baseball with minor scuffs and a few stain spots, there are a total of twenty-five autographs on this ball. Mickey Mantle (deemed secretarial by PSA and JSA) and Yogi Berra have both signed on the sweet spot in 8/10 quality. Bobby Richardson, Bill "Moose" Skowron, Tony Kubek, Clete Boyer, Elston Howard and Ed "Whitey" Ford are scattered throughout the lightly toned ball, usually in 7-8/10 ink, while Roger Maris grades a 7/10 due to light fading. Pre-certified by PSA/DNA. Auction LOA from James Spence Authentication.

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    15th-17th Thursday-Saturday
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