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    1980's-2000's Perfect Game Pitchers Single Signed Baseballs Lot of 14. Three hundred and seventy-eight batters retired in succession by these fourteen pitchers who each accomplished pitching's greatest single game feat. Each signs the sweet spot of an Official American or National League baseball in 9/10 and better ink unless otherwise noted. The cast: Len Barker (includes "P.G. 5-15-81" notation), Tom Browning (includes "Perfect Game, 9-16-88" notation. Ink is 6/10), Jim Bunning, Dean Chance (includes "20-14 1967" notation), David Cone, Harvey Haddix, Jim "Catfish" Hunter, Randy Johnson, Sandy Koufax, Don Larsen, Dennis Martinez (includes "7-28-91" notation), Kenny Rogers, David Wells (includes "5-17-98" notation which appears to be traced), Mike Witt. Some balls exhibit light toning but overall condition is strong. Auction LOA from James Spence Authentication. Pre-certified by PSA/DNA.

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    November, 2010
    4th-5th Thursday-Friday
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