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    Circa 1963 George Sisler Single Signed Baseball. The first great first baseman of the Twentieth Century, Sisler was a superb fielder with blazing speed and a lifetime .340 hitter. He led the league in stolen bases four times and triples twice; feats not normally associated with first basemen. He was also the 1922 A.L. MVP and one of only two players in A.L. history to post multiple .400 batting seasons.

    The OAL (Cronin) baseball on offer here boasts Gorgeous George blazing across the sweet spot in large and bold 9/10 blue ink. The ball has some toning and a neatly penned inscription (not in Sisler's hand) on a side panel which reads "No. 1 Hitter, State Tournament, Aug. 11, 1963". However these minor infractions do not significantly detract from the overall majesty of the piece. A fantastic single from a fantastic player. Full LOA from PSA/DNA. Auction LOA from SGC Authentic.

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    May, 2018
    17th-18th Thursday-Friday
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