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    Description

    1932 New York Yankees Team Signed Baseball.
    Babe Ruth celebrated his fourth and final championship season as a New York Yankee in 1932. This multi-signed ONL (Heydler) baseball is signed by a dozen Bombers in black fountain pen. Six Hall of Famer autographs include Babe Ruth (sweet spot), Lou Gehrig, Bill Dickey, Joe Sewell, Lefty Gomez, and Toney Lazzeri. Other autographs include Dusty Rhodes, Samuel Byrd, John Allen, Lyn Lary, George Pipgras, and Ben Chapman. Signatures average 7/10 with Ruth a 7/10 and Gehrig a 5/10.

    Also, the fact that this is a National League baseball suggests that the it was signed during the 1932 World Series at Wrigley Field in Chicago. This of course is the series of Ruth's famous "Called Shot." (Note: The PSA/DNA letter dates this ball as "1931-32." This is inaccurate as John Allen made his Major League debut in 1932). Full LOA from PSA/DNA.


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    Auction Dates
    November, 2016
    17th-19th Thursday-Saturday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 20
    Lot Tracking Activity: N/A
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