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    1965 Washington Senators Team Signed Baseball. Here we offer a marvelously preserved collection of thirty signatures, all from the 1965 Washington Senators squad, on the leather of this OAL (Cronin) ball. The team, managed by the great Gil Hodges, spent most of the season near the bottom of the American League. One of the year's highlights came when Hodges stopped troubled pitcher Ryne Duren from one of his alcohol-induced suicide attempts. Hodges and Duren each appear on the ball, as well as Frank Howard, Mike McCormick, Don Zimmer, Ken McMullen, Dick Nen and more. LOA from PSA/DNA.

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    September, 2006
    24th Sunday
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