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    1923 Muddy Ruel Transfer to Senators Card Signed By Harry Frazee. Notice that was given to Muddy Ruel in 1923 informing him that he would no longer play for the Boston Red Sox, but would be a Washington Senator instead. Ruel would go on to drive in the 1924 World Series-winning hit in the 12th inning of Game 7. Signed by then-president of the Red Sox, Harry Frazee, who was no stranger to filling out such transfer cards -- it was Frazee who infamously sold Babe Ruth to the New York Yankees just a few years before. Consigned by the son of Muddy Ruel. LOA from PSA/DNA.

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    30th Sunday
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