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    1980's-2000's Perfect Game Pitchers Multi-Signed Baseball--All 19 Modern Perfectos! Extraordinary baseball may be the only one of its kind in existence, bearing the mark of every pitcher to set down all twenty-seven opposing batters in order since Charlie Robertson last accomplished the feat on April 30, 1922. From 1956 to 2012, all nineteen perfect game pitchers have signed in, each in 9/10 or better blue ballpoint ink, and most adding the date of his masterpiece or some other perfect game notation. The roster: Larsen, Bunning, Koufax, Hunter, Barker, Witt, Browning, Martinez, Rogers, Wells, Cone, Johnson, Buehrle, Braden, Halladay, Humber, Cain and Hernandez. Harvey Haddix is here too, whose perfecto was erased from the books when the rules changed in 1991. Ball is an ONL (Giamatti) model, suggesting that this project has been nearly thirty years in the making. Full LOA from PSA/DNA. Auction LOA from James Spence Authentication.

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    May, 2013
    2nd-4th Thursday-Saturday
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