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    Baseball Greats Multi-Signed Baseball (27 Signatures) from the Beans Reardon Collection.
    Signatures: 27
    Sweet Spot: Beans Reardon, Joe Medwick (HOF), & Hal Schumacher
    North Panel: Ralph Branca, Dick Bartell, Clyde King, unidentified, Freddie Lindstrom (HOF), Tom Haller, Clem Labine, & Wally Moon.
    East Panel: Unidentified, unidentified, unidentified, John Roseboro, & Joe Black
    South Panel: Sal Maglie, Dusty Rhodes, unidentified, Bobby Thomson, Monte Irvin (HOF), & Wally Berger
    West Panel: Side Gordon, George Kelly (HOF), unidentified, Johnny Mize (HOF), & Carl Erskine

    Manufacturer: Spalding
    Type: Official National League
    Executive: Charles Feeney
    Ball Condition: Light-to-moderate toning with heavily faded laces
    Signature Condition: Fading throughout

    Additional Information: 5 Hall of Famers

    Letter of provenance from Reardon family. Pre-Certified by PSA/DNA.

    Auction Info

    Auction Dates
    June, 2018
    24th Sunday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 15
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