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    1971 New York Yankees Team Signed Baseball with Thurman Munson (23 Signatures). Offered is the following baseball:

    Signatures: 23
    Sweet Spot: Mel Stottlemyre, Fritz Peterson, & Bobby Murcer
    Label: Inscribed "1971 YANKEES" in an unknown hand
    North Panel: Ron Hansen, Felipe Alou, Thurman Munson, Jake Gibbs, Roy White, & Mike Kekich
    East Panel: Gene Michael, Danny Cater, Horace Clarke, Jim Lyttle, Jim Hegan, & Jerry Kenney
    South Panel: Jim Turner, unidentified, Frank Baker, Ron Blomberg, & Dick Howser
    West Panel: Lindy McDaniel, Roger Hambright, & Al Closter

    Manufacturer: Reach
    Type: Official American League
    Executive: Joe Cronin
    Ball Condition: Light toning and wear with a layer of shellac
    Signature Condition: Most display nicely with some variation

    Secretarial/Clubhouse Signatures: n/a

    Pre-Certified by PSA/DNA.

    Auction Info

    Auction Dates
    February, 2019
    10th Sunday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 19
    Lot Tracking Activity: N/A
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