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    Stan Musial Single Signed Stat Baseball with 20 Inscriptions, Limited Edition 0235/1000. Offered is the following single signed baseball:

    Signatures: 1
    Sweet Spot: Stan Musial (HOF), inscribed "HOF 69"
    North Panel: Inscribed "6134 Total Bases", "10972 At Bats", "3026 Games", "1949 Runs", "1951 RBI's", & "3630 Hits"
    East Panel: Hand numbered "235/1000" and inscribed "1943 NL MVP", "1946 NL MVP", "1948 NL MVP", & "1377 Extra Base Hits"
    South Panel: Inscribed "'The Man'", ".331 Career Avg.", "Batted 300+ 18 Times", "7 NL Batting Titles", & "24 All Star Games"
    West Panel: Inscribed "1957 S.I. Sportsman of the Year", "725 Doubles", "177 Triples", & "475 Home Runs"
    Ink: Blue

    Manufacturer: Rawlings
    Type: Official National League
    Executive: Leonard Coleman
    Ball Condition: Light toning
    Signature Condition: Displays well
    Additional Information: Twenty inscriptions. Limited Edition 0235/1000. All original packaging is also included along with The Statball COA/trading card.

    COA from Pre-Certified by PSA/DNA.

    Auction Info

    Auction Dates
    December, 2018
    9th Sunday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 16
    Lot Tracking Activity: N/A
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