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    1968 St. Louis Cardinals - NL Champs - Team Signed Baseball with Roger Maris (21 Signatures). Offered is the following baseball:

    Signatures: 21
    Sweet Spot: Red Schoendienst (HOF) & Orlando Cepeda (HOF)
    North Panel: Dick Sisler, Joe Hoerner, Dick Schofield, & Roger Maris
    East Panel: Dick Hughes, Ed Spiezio, Phil Gagliano, Bob Milliken, & Bob Gibson (HOF)
    South Panel: Steve Carlton (HOF), Wayne Granger, Mike Shannon, Nellie Briles, Ray Washburn, Johnny Edwards, & Lou Brock (HOF)
    West Panel: Billy Muffett, Mel Nelson, & Tim McCarver

    Manufacturer: Spalding
    Type: Official National League
    Executive: Warren Giles
    Ball Condition: Mild toning and wear exhibited
    Signature Condition: Various degrees of fading and saturation throughout

    Additional Information: 1968 National League Champions. Four Hall of Famers.
    Secretarial/Clubhouse Signatures: n/a


    Pre-Certified by PSA/DNA.


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    Auction Dates
    February, 2019
    10th Sunday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 12
    Lot Tracking Activity: N/A
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