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    1960's New York Yankees Legends Signed Baseball. Serious Yankee fans couldn't possibly resist this special sphere, the work of one devoted New Yorker who tracked down the greatest names ever to wear pinstripes and convinced them to add their names to this OAL (Cronin) roster. Beginning with an appropriate DiMaggio sweet spot signature, we continue the Cooperstown collection with Dickey, Ruffing, Gomez, Mize, Hoyt, Henrich and Rizzuto. Noteworthy but plaque-free are Billy Martin, Skowron, Reynolds, Rolfe, Selkirk, Bauer and McDougald. Twenty-five signatures are here in total, with perhaps a single unlisted name dropping below 8/10 in quality. Looks like there is room for a few more autographs, so bring this ball to the next Larsen or Jeter event. They'll surely be flattered to join this cast of characters. LOA from PSA/DNA.

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    Auction Dates
    May, 2006
    6th Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 8
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