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    Circa 1970 Dizzy Dean Single Signed Baseball. Some pitchers come in and consistently put up solid numbers for countless year to earn their way into the Hall of Fame, a la Nolan Ryan. Others come in with a bang and leave just as quickly, after dominating the scene for a few short years. Dizzy Dean may be the epitome of the latter. although he technically played in parts of twelve seasons, only six of those seasons could be considered full, with over 100 innings pitched. In those six seasons, though, Dean won 133 of his 150 lifetime wins and led the league in strikeouts four times.

    The offered single signed Dizzy Dean baseball offers a lucky bidder the chance to cross this tough HOFer off their want list. Signed on a Sterling All Star Baseball, the side panel signature ranks at a 7/10 in quality. The baseball shows some scuffing and dirt, but still offers great contrast from the bold signature. Full LOA from James Spence Authentication. Pre-certified by PSA/DNA.

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2014
    6th-8th Thursday-Saturday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 18
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