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    1960 Pittsburgh Pirates Team Signed Baseball. The 1960 Pittsburgh Pirates finished in first place in the National League for the first time in thirty-three years. The team, led by Roberto Clemente, went on to beat the favored New York Yankees in seven games in the World Series. The offered baseball, a "Pittsburgh Pirates" model with no manufacturer name, is a slight off-white with a scattering of small scuffs. It features thirty-one signatures, including Clemente (5/10), Bill Mazeroski (9/10), Harvey Haddix (10/10), Vern Law (8/10), Dick Groat (10/10 - clubhouse), Smoky Burgess (10/10), Bob Skinner (clubhouse) and Mickey Vernon (10/10). The remainder of the signatures mostly average 7-9/10, with the bottom four of one panel and the Danny Murtaugh (clubhouse) sweet spot rating 3-5/10 due to fading. Pre-certified by PSA/DNA. Auction LOA from James Spence Authentication.

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2014
    6th-8th Thursday-Saturday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 7
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