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    Roger Clemens/Nolan Ryan/Bob Feller Single Signed Baseballs Lot of 3. Three baseball lot consists of official baseballs signed by two Hall of Famers and one sure fire Hall of Famer, as soon as he becomes eligible, Roger Clemens. Current New York Yankee, Clemens has garnered 7 Cy Young Awards, two more than any other pitcher. He augments the sweet spot of the offered OAL (Brown) baseball with his clear and distinct signature (9+/10) in blue ink. Hall of Famer pitcher Nolan Ryan, holds many major league records including most no-hitters (7) and most career strikeouts (5714). Ryan enhanced the sweet spot of the ONL ( Giamatti) baseball with the same dominating style he with which he pitched. Hall of Famer Bob Feller, spent his entire major league career with the Cleveland Indians. One of the most intimidating pitchers of his time, he did not tolerate batters crowding the plate. He graces the side panel of the OAL ( Brown) baseball with his clean and clear (9+/10) signature in blue ink. LOA from PSA/DNA.

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    September, 2007
    9th Sunday
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