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    1935 New York Yankees Team Signed Baseball with Babe Ruth. Although Babe Ruth played his last game for the Yankees in 1934, he never really left the team and is a Yankee till this day. No further proof is required or evidence needed than the exemplar on offer here.

    After toiling in Ruth's shadow for a dozen seasons, enduring second billing status, and being relegated to side panels, the Iron Horse finally got to start signing on the sweet spot after Ruth's departure in 1934. But wait...The Caliph of Clout is still present on this 1935 Yankees team ball! And because Lou now occupies the sweet spot, the Babe had no choice than to sign over the other sweet spot, where the since faded stamping was once present.

    Ruth (7.5) is large and bold with slight bleeding. Gehrig clocks in at 6.5/10. The remaining twenty-one signatures, which grade 6/10, include those of Hall of Famers Lazzeri, Ruffing, Combs, and Dickey. Signatures of Gomez, Rolfe and Broaca have been ruled "clubhouse." Full LOA from PSA/DNA.

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    October, 2018
    18th-19th Thursday-Friday
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