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    1938 Chicago Cubs Team Signed Baseball. The New York Yankees were the only team able to stop the Chicago Cubs during the 1938 season, in which the team from the "Windy City" were defeated in the World Series. Offered here is a team-signed ONL (Frick) ball signed by the entire roster from that memorable squad. Signatures ranging from 5-8/10 in quality are featured on this ball, which exhibits moderate scuffing and wear. The following notables are included: Tony Lazzeri, Carl Reynolds, Bill Lee, Phil Cavarretta, Clay Bryant, Charlie Root, Stan Hack, Bill Jurges, Tex Carleton, Billy Herman, Bob Logan, Ken O'Dea, Bob Garbark, Jack Russell, Al Epperly, Rip Collins, Frank Demaree, Larry Frenchy, Vance Page, Dizzy Dean and others. Auction LOA from JSA.

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    Auction Dates
    May, 2010
    23rd Sunday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 19
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