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    1990-92 Mickey Mantle "1961" Single Signed Baseball. Considering the extensive number of years of success the New York Yankees franchise has experienced over the last century the "1961" ranks just below "1927" in significance. Mickey Mantle would blast 54 home runs during the '61 campaign (the most for his career) only to come in second to teammate Roger Maris who had a career year himself. Of all the singles that the Mick penned his name on throughout his life, precious few have received the "1961" inscription that this has. Offered is the following single signed baseball:

    Signatures: 1
    Sweet Spot: Mickey Mantle (HOF), inscribed "1961"
    Ink: Blue

    Manufacturer: Rawlings
    Type: Official American League
    Executive: Bobby Brown
    Ball Condition: Light-to-mild toning with some spotting on the west panel and abrasions to the stamping
    Signature Condition: Displays well

    Pre-Certified by PSA/DNA.


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    July, 2019
    21st Sunday
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