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    Hector Lopez Single Signed Baseball With Lengthy Inscription. Hector Lopez is notable as the first black manager at the AAA baseball level, as the third outfielder on the Maris Mantle Yankees, and as the Kansas City Athletics franchise hitting streak record holder. Lopez was on World Series Championship teams for the Yankees in 1961 and 1962 . We offer a single signed baseball OML(2009 WS) baseball signed with added inscription " 1961-62 W.S. Champs, 1955-59 K.C. A's, Manage Buffalo Bisons in the International League 1959." Pre-Certified by PSA/DNA.

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    September, 2013
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