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    Amazing Collection of Rookie of the Year Single Signed Baseballs Lot of 101. Since 1947 baseball's Rookie of the Year Award has been award and here we offer a simply overwhelming collection of singles that have been signed by past winners of the award. A total of 101 orbs make up this tremendous collection, with entries going back as far as 1948's Al Dark. While a small handful of the players have offered multiple entries, there are over 90 different signatures available here, with highlights such as Don Newcombe, Roy Sievers, Willie Mays, Joe Black, Frank Robinson (x4), Orlando Cepeda, Billy Williams, Tom Seaver, Rod Carew, Johnny Bench, Carlton Fisk, Eddie Murray, Darryl Strawberry, Dwight Gooden, Vince Coleman, Carlos Beltran and Dontrelle Willis. The majority of the baseballs have been adorned with inscriptions making note of their accomplishment, with several also having the year. Truly expansive lot for dealers or serious ROY collectors. LOA from PSA/DNA.

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    Auction Dates
    January, 2008
    6th Sunday
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