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    1935 Boston Braves Team Signed Baseball with Babe Ruth.
    One of the tragic truths of athletic competition is that Father Time will always reign as undefeated champion. Released by the team he had come to personify through fifteen seasons of glorious service in late February of 1935, the Babe was able to leverage his enormous celebrity for one final Major League contract as a representative of the Boston Braves. The provided non-official sphere documents that sad last chapter of one of the greatest sports careers ever lived, Ruth (8/10) sharing a side panel with fellow future Hall of Famer Rabbit Maranville (9/10). Twenty-three signatures are here in total, averaging 5/10 in strength. Partial original box is here as well. This is the very first 1935 Braves team ball with Ruth we've offered, a clear indication of the rarity of such relics. Full LOA from PSA/DNA.


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    May, 2017
    11th-13th Thursday-Saturday
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