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    Tracey Stallard, And Paul Foytack Roger Maris Inscription Baseballs Lot Of 2. One of the most storied records in the history of baseball is well represented with this pair of inscribed Roger Maris balls. The first and last man to fall victim to Maris during his magical 1961 campaign in which he blasted 61 home runs to best the greatest of them all Babe Ruth. Paul Foytack has signed the sweet spot of a OML (Selig) ball and added the inscription "1st HR to Roger Maris 4/26/61". The second ball is signed by Tracey Stallard with added inscription "Maris 61 10/1/61". Balls and signatures rate in NMT condition. Pre Certified by PSA/DNA.

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    Auction Dates
    Oct-Nov, 2012
    14th-11th Sunday-Sunday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 2
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