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    1933 New York Yankees Team Signed Baseball. The Babe's world-beating skills were undoubtedly in decline during this penultimate season in pinstripes, but he did distinguish himself in 1933 as author of the first long ball ever struck in All-Star Game competition. Here he claims his standard sweet spot position (6/10) on the provided OAL (Harridge) ball, joined by a cast of nineteen fellow Yanks including Gehrig (2/10), Sewell (1/10), Dickey (3/10), Gomez (6/10), Ruffing (6/10), Combs (7/10), Lazzeri (7/10), Pennock (6/10) and more. That's a record nine Hall of Famers! Balance of signatures averages 5/10. Light foxing is little distraction. A fine memento of the most star-studded Bronx ensemble. Full LOA from PSA/DNA. Auction LOA from James Spence Authentication.

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