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    1953 New York Yankees Team Signed Baseball. Never before, or since for that matter, has a baseball team dominated its competition like the New York Yankees of the late '40's and early '50's. Beginning in 1949 and finishing through 1953, the pinstriped crew won the World Series each season, an accomplishment unmatched. Rank that with the dominating college hardwood teams of UCLA in the 1970's or hockey domination of the Flyers in the '60's. Signed by the 1953 Yankees is this OAL (Harridge) baseball. Almost all of the autographs rate in the 8/10 range in ballpoint ink. The ink has turned to a purplish hue. The twenty-six autographs include: Noren, Silvera, Gorman, Carey, Miranda, Collins, Mize, Rizzuto, Reynolds, Kuzava, Bollweg, Raschi, Woodling, McDougald, Lopat, Berra, Mantle, Stengel, Martin, Ford, Blackwell, Bauer, Renna (only year with Yankees '53) and three more. Pre-certified by PSA/DNA. Auction LOA from James Spence Authentication.

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    May, 2013
    2nd-4th Thursday-Saturday
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