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    Denton A. Cooley Single Signed Baseball With Heart Drawing! (Surgeon Responsible For First Heart Transplant). One of the more unique and significant single-signed balls ever offered, this OML (Selig) ball has been signed by pioneering heart surgeon Denton Cooley. The American icon added an ultra-rare drawing of a heart on this intriguing piece. Cooley also added an inscription "Denton A. Cooley M.D. 6-24-12 Implant total Artificial Heart April 4th 1969". Cooley added a drawing of a heart on a separate panel. Ball exhibit minor smudging on signature, but rates EX- NMT overall. Pre-Certified by


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