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    1931 Washington Senators Team Signed Baseball with Walter Johnson. A few years after letting his cannon of an arm rest, Walter Johnson assumed the role of manager for the team which he helped popularize. While skipper Johnson wasn't quite as effective as when he toed the rubber, he did help the Senators to a 92-62 record in 1931. To nobody's surprise, the Big Train is secured on the sweet spot of this lightly aged orb - signed by the '31 version of the Washington Senators. Johnson's signature (7/10) is shared with Lloyd Brown on the sweet spot. Most of the autographs range from 6/10 to 8/10. Minor staining is visible on the north and south panels, away from the Johnson autograph. The twenty-two signatures include: Hadley, Hayes, Harris, West, Liska, Cronin, Rice, Myer, Bolton, Marberry, Manush, Jones, Burke, Bluege, Spencer, Crowder, Altrock and three more. Full LOA from PSA/DNA. Full LOA from James Spence Authentication.

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    May, 2014
    15th-17th Thursday-Saturday
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