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    Kenneth Hubbs Signed High School Science Worksheet. Upon winning the starting second baseman job for the Chicago Cubs in 1962 Ken Hubbs dazzled fans as he set the MLB record for consecutive errorless games with 78. In large part due to that, Hubbs won a Gold Glove that year, the first time a rookie had won the award. He achieved all this by the tender age of 20! The tragedy is that Hubbs would die after crashing Cessna he was flying less than a year-and-a-half later. For that, a Hubbs signature is an extreme rarity and the offered example is a tough full name signature. "Kenneth Hubbs" appears in pristine pencil at the top of this one-page science worksheet from Hubbs' high school days. LOA from PSA/DNA.

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    October, 2006
    29th Sunday
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