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    Late 1920's Babe Ruth & Lou Gehrig Dual-Signed Baseball. "They didn't get along," Tony Lazzeri once said of his fellow Hall of Fame Yankee teammates. "Lou thought Ruth was a big-mouth, and Ruth thought Gehrig was cheap. They were both right." Though despite the low-grade feud that followed the duo throughout much of their eleven seasons in pinstripes together, no two ballplayers remain linked quite so firmly in baseball's history book. This "Official League Ball" plays its small role in maintaining this troubled yet extraordinarily successful partnership, offering a sweet spot signature from the Babe rating 5/10 and a side panel Gehrig that challenges the eyes at 1/10. Not a pristine specimen, but an opportunity to get this important duo at a relatively reasonable price point. Full LOA from PSA/DNA.

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    May, 2013
    2nd-4th Thursday-Saturday
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