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    1952 Enos Slaughter 1,000th Run Scored Game Used Baseball from The Enos Slaughter Collection. Country flipped the fourth digit on his runs-scored odometer with style, launching a three-run shot at New York City's Polo Grounds to bring home fellow Hall of Famers Red Schoendienst and Stan Musial in the top of the third inning of a September 14, 1952 visit to the Giants. This is the ball that Slaughter slaughtered that afternoon in Manhattan to reach the illustrious milestone. The ONL (Giles) ball exhibits light wear from its brief term of service and is artfully lettered with the facts and figures of the achievement. Even the original Spalding paper packaging is here, a clue to the ball's spectacular state of preservation. Letter of provenance from Slaughter family.


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    May, 2019
    16th-17th Thursday-Friday
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