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    Bill Mazeroski - Ralph Terry Signed Baseball. Bill Mazeroski's home run to lead off the last of the ninth inning - delivering a championship to the Pittsburgh Pirates - is arguably the most dramatic in World Series history. Ralph Terry was the victimized pitcher for the New York Yankees. Terry, who rarely signs items with Mazeroski, signed on the sweetspot and Mazeroski is signed above on an OAL (Brown) baseball. The inscription 10-13-60 is added. A great memento from one of baseball's greatest moments. Authenticated by PSA DNA and MGA (part of group lot).

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    Auction Dates
    Oct-Nov, 2004
    31st-28th Sunday-Sunday
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