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    Nolan Ryan Signed Oversized Photograph. On September 8, 1990, the tough Texan Nolan Ryan took the mound for the Rangers. Kansas City Royals star Bo Jackson hit a high ground ball which struck Ryan in the face, bloodying his mouth. The photograph we offer here was taken on that night, one that saw Ryan stay in the game despite the protests of the trainers. Produced in the massive 16x20" size, the impressive full color print has been signed by Ryan himself in blue Sharpie (displays well), matted and framed to final dimensions of about 25x29". COA from Steiner Sports. Pre-Certified by PSA/DNA by PSA/DNA.


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    May, 2020
    24th Sunday
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