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    1938 Chicago Cubs Team Signed Baseball.
    The scrappy Cubs clawed their way back to the top of the National League for the sixth time since their last Series victory thirty years early, but the World Championship hibernation would continue thanks to a four-game Yankee sweep. This ONL (Frick) baseball is signed by 18 members of that '38 squad. We are able to determine it was signed by the NL champions because of Tony Lazzeri - who only played in the Windy City that one season. Autographs average 4/10 to 5/10 with a few lesser. This was most likely a game used ball as there is a scuff from the point of contact. Included are: Lazzeri (4/10), Root, Bryant, Collins, Asbell, Russell, Carlton, (2) Herman, Lee, Jurges, Page, Hartnett, Dean (4/10) , Reynolds and three more. Pre-certified by PSA/DNA. Auction LOA from James Spence Authentication.


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    November, 2016
    17th-19th Thursday-Saturday
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