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    Early 1930's Roger Peckinpaugh Single Signed Baseball. Super-tough single derives from the estate of Bob "Suitcase" Seeds, who represented the Cleveland Indians the first two seasons of his Big League career under the managerial rule of Peckinpaugh. The sweet spot signature of the early New York Yankees shortstop and 1925 American League MVP retains a marvelous 9/10 boldness against the moderately toned hide of the OAL (Harridge) baseball that serves as its home, rating it as one of the finest of the small available supply. A highly desirable vintage sphere that will thrill collectors of early Yankees, Senators and Indians singles. LOA from James Spence Authentication.

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    May, 2007
    5th Saturday
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