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    1970's Freddie Lindstrom Signed Baseball. An eighteen-year old rookie when Earl McNeely's grounder bounced off a pebble and past him to plate Muddy Ruel as the Washington Senators' World Series-clinching run in 1924, Lindstrom recovered from that early disappointment to become one of the National League's greatest stars. But his Cooperstown induction would not come until four decades after his 1936 retirement, leaving only a five year window for collectors of this theme to acquire a single before his 1981 passing. Here we present a convincing approximation of one of those coveted rarities, featuring a 8/10 black felt tip sweet spot signature on an ONL (Feeney) sphere. Other signatures once residing on the ball have been professionally removed. The ball exhibits some limited toning, but displays very well as our catalog imagery will attest. Auction LOA from James Spence Authentication. Pre-certified by PSA/DNA.

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2010
    4th-5th Thursday-Friday
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