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    Frank Crosetti Single Signed Baseball With Inscription PSA NM- MT 8. Long-time Yankee Frank Crosetti has applied a wonderful sweet spot signature to the offered OAL (Brown) orb. He has made note of his lengthy term in pinstripes with notation "N.Y. Yankees 1932-1968". Nicknamed "The Crow", spent his entire seventeen-year career with the Yankees before becoming a coach with the franchise for an additional twenty seasons. As a player and third base coach for the Yankees, Crosetti was part of seventeen World Championship teams and 23 World Series participants overall, from 1932 to 1964, the most of any individual. Ball has been encapsulated by PSA/DNA for protection and unquestioned authenticity, earning a grade of 8 for the autograph and 8 for the ball for the combined score as listed. Authentication from PSA/DNA. Please be advised that seals on this ball cube may have been broken for imaging purposes. However, the ball is affixed with unique serialized PSA/DNA sticker or imaged to match the grading certificate of authenticity.


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    Auction Dates
    May, 2014
    11th Sunday
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