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    1947 Brooklyn Dodgers Partial Team Signed Baseball - Jackie Robinson Rookie Signature!
    Sports was forever altered when Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier in 1947. Robinson and his teammates withstood the taunts and constant heckling but still managed to claim the National League pennant.

    Signed by Jackie Robinson during his rookie year in the big leagues is this ONL (Frick) baseball. The ball has browned and exhibits some scuffing but the twelve signatures still average 6.5/10, with Jackie Robinson (6/10), Arky Vaughan, Dixie Walker, Eddie Stanky, Ralph Branca, Al Gionfriddo, Hugh Casey, Hal Gregg, Vic Lombardi, Stan Rojek, Stan Miksis, and Hank Behrman.

    Side panel is inscribed "Winning Ball Play in Ebb Filed For Bklyn Dodgers 1947 National League Champs. To Harry Casazza" which suggests that this may be an actual game ball from one of the Dodgers' wins that season. Full LOA from PSA/DNA.

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    November, 2017
    16th-18th Thursday-Saturday
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