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    Description

    1986 Boston Red Sox Signed Baseball. Offered is the following baseball:

    Signatures: 28
    Sweet Spot: John McNamara
    North Panel: Bill Buckner, Dave Stapelton, Kevin Romine, Bob Stanley, Steve Crawford, Dwight Evans, Tim Lollar
    East Panel: Rich Gedman, Mike Brown, Rene Lachemann, Sammy Stewart, Al Nipper, Don Baylor
    South Panel: Marty Barrett, Tom Seaver, Marc Sullivan, Tony Armas, Mike Stenhouse, Joe Sambito, Bruce Hurst.
    West Panel: Jim Rice, Roger Clemens, Ed Romero, Rey Quinones, Jeff Sellers, Dennis "Oil Can" Boyd, Wade Boggs

    Manufacturer: Rawlings
    Type: Official American League
    Executive: Bobby Brown
    Ball Condition: toning, staining throughout
    Signature Condition: Displays well

    Additional Information: Three Hall of Famers
    Secretarial/Clubhouse Signatures:

    Pre-Certified by PSA/DNA.


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    Auction Dates
    April, 2020
    26th Sunday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 32
    Lot Tracking Activity: N/A
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