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    Kirby Puckett Single Signed Baseball. We offer a OAL (B.Brown) baseball from Hall Of Famer Kirby Puckett. He is living proof that one needn't be tall and lean to achieve baseball superstardom. The five-foot-eight-inch Puckett has excelled both as a hitter and fielder for the Minnesota Twins and has helped his team to earn two World Series crowns. "Little guys can be giants in the big leagues. Glaucoma caused Kirby to lose vision, which forced him into early retirement after he played 137 games in 1995. The Hall of Famer passed away at the age of 45. Puckett died at the second-youngest age (behind Lou Gehrig of any Hall of Famer inducted while living, and the youngest to die after being inducted in the modern era of the five-season waiting period. The ball and signature rate a strong 8/10.




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    August, 2010
    29th Sunday
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