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    Chet Hoff "Oldest Yankee Pitcher 1911 to 1915" Single Signed Baseball. he pitched for the New York Highlanders (renamed the Yankees in 1913) from 1911-1913 and for the St. Louis Browns in 1915.
    Hoff made his major league debut on September 6, 1911. Pitching against the Tigers , he struck out the first batter he faced, Ty Cobb . In later years, Chet recalled that this was the highlight of his career. Hoff is best remembered for being the oldest living ex-major leaguer at the time of his death at age 107. He was the longest-lived former professional athlete ever. The Florida State League Baseball is toned and signed in black sharpie that has bled but maintains its 8/10 strength. Please note: PSA/DNA has deemed this as "inconclusive," due to lack of exemplars.


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