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    1949 Baseball Stars Signed Autograph Album. One lucky baseball fan had this album in hand during the 1949 season on a many trips to the ballpark. Even more lucky is the majority of the trips seem to be to Yankee Stadium, as the majority of the signatures come from the World Champion Yankee squad. Signature highlights include Joe DiMaggio, Charlie Keller, Casey Stengel, Phil Rizzuto, Ed Lopat, Larry Berra(Yogi), Joe Page, Bobby Brown, Joe Collins, Vic Raschi, Bill Dickey, Allie Reynolds, Enos Slaughter, Al Schoendienst, Frank Crosetti, Joe Garagiola, Marty Marion, Clyde Milan, Eddie Robinson, Ed Stewart, Rick Ferrell, Al Dark, Sibby Sisti, Tommy Holmes, Pete Reiser, Warren Spahn, Richie Ashburn, Del Ennis, Dick Sisler, etc. Minimal wear throughout, also minimal water exposure effects the corners of some pages, but not the autographs. Pre- Certified By

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    19th Sunday
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