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    Bill Hallahan Single Signed Baseball. William "Wild Bill" Hallahan got the moniker due to his wildness on the mound. The lefty twice led the National League in bases on balls. He was a starting pitcher in the 1933 All-Star game, losing to Lefty Gomez. Hallahan added his signature to the sweet spot of the ONL (Frick) baseball in green ink. Signature area of the baseball has been shellacked to preserve the rare signature. LOA from PSA/DNA.

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