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    Circa 1934 Dizzy Dean, Paul Dean & Charlie Gehringer Signed Baseball. Dizzy and Paul Dean took any guesswork out of the 1934 World Series. The brothers were winners in each of the four triumphs for the Gas House Gang. Charlie Gehringer, meanwhile, starred for Detroit in a losing effort, posting a Series high eleven hits and .379 batting average.

    The OAL (Harridge) sphere on offer here features the Dean brothers and The Mechanical Man, each appearing on separate panels in NRMT fountain pen. The ball was most likely signed during the 1934 Fall Classic given the vintage of the ball's league stamping and the presence of the players on it. What's more, given the universal wear to the ball, it probably saw on-field duty. Full LOA from PSA/DNA. Auction LOA from SGC Authentic.


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