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    1955 Hall of Fame Induction Weekend Multi Signed Baseball With Cobb & Speaker. The sun shines a little brighter during Hall of Fame weekend in Cooperstown. Baseball greats, past and present, converge on the small town and the grand game is celebrated. Signed in 1955 by members of the Hall of Fame is this OAL (Harridge) baseball. Each autograph rates 8/10 to 9/10. As he customarily did, Ty Cobb penned his identity in green ink. Tris Speaker and new inductee Joe DiMaggio share sweet spot honors. All but a few of the nineteen signatures are men who are enshrined in Cooperstown. Included are: Gabby Hartnett, Al Simmons, Lefty Grove, Buddy Hassett, Cobb, Paul Waner, Frank Baker, Red Rolfe, Joe Page, Johnny Mize, Bill Terry, Red Ruffing, Mickey Cochrane, Ted Lyons, Ed Walsh, DiMaggio, Speaker and one more. Full LOA from PSA/DNA. Full LOA from James Spence Authentication. Letter of provenance from the Ruffing family.



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    Auction Dates
    February, 2015
    21st-22nd Saturday-Sunday
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