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    Gus Zernial Single Signed Inscription Baseball. Nicknamed "Ozark Ike " after the popular comic strip character, Zernial was one of the most feared sluggers in the 1950s, joining hall of famers Mickey Mantle , Yogi Berra and Larry Doby in the American League for most home runs in the decade. We offer a single signed baseball with a rare inscription " Ozark Ike, AL HR Leader 1951-33 (actually 53) 1953 AL All Star." The ball OML (Selig) and signature rate NMT- MT. Pre-Certified by PSA/DNA.


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    Auction Dates
    Nov-Dec, 2013
    17th-15th Sunday-Sunday
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