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    1963 National League All-Star Team Signed Baseball, PSA/DNA NM 7. A fifth inning sacrifice by Willie Mays would prove to be the deciding run in favor of the Senior Circuit in this thirty-year anniversary for the Midsummer Classic. Thirty-one members of the victorious side autographed this ONL (Giles) ball at the Cleveland Stadium contest, with twelve now enshrined at Cooperstown: Clemente, McCovey, Spahn, Snider, Musial, Marichal, Koufax, Cepeda, Mays, Aaron, Santo and Drysdale. Other notables include Torre, Wills, Groat and Ken Boyer. The experts at PSA/DNA have assigned ratings of 8/10 and 6/10 for the autographs and baseball respectively, resulting in the final grade as listed. Full Grading LOA from PSA/DNA, NM 7. Please be advised that seals on this ball cube may have been broken for imaging purposes. However, the ball is pictured on the PSA/DNA letter.


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    Auction Dates
    October, 2012
    25th-27th Thursday-Saturday
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