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    Hank Aaron/Ernie Banks/Buck O'Neil Single Signed Baseball Lot of 3. Lot of three single signed baseballs signed by players that all had their start in the Negro Leagues. Hank 'Hammer' Hank" Aaron began his career with the Indianapolis Clowns, ended his Major League career with too many accolades to list, penned his clear and strong signature on the sweet spot of the offered ONL (Feeney) baseball. Ernie "Mr. Cub" Banks began his career with the Kansas City Monarchs in 1950 and signed with the Chicago Cubs in 1953 as their first black player. He adds his sweet and clean (9+/10) signature to the side panel of the ONL (Feeney) baseball in blue ink. Buck O'Neil played his entire career in the Negro Leagues and became the first black coach in the Major Leagues after his playing days. O'Neil added his signature in typical bold fashion on the sweet spot of the offered OAL (Brown) in blue ink. LOA from PSA/DNA.

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    Auction Dates
    September, 2007
    9th Sunday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 18
    Lot Tracking Activity: N/A
    Page Views: 273
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