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    1956 New York Yankees Team Signed Baseball. The Yankees brought the title back to where it belonged in 1956, beating the Dodgers in another action-packed seven -game World Series. However, what made this Fall Classic truly unique was that it featured the only ever perfect game ever recorded in Series play, delivered by New York's Don Larsen.

    "Official Baseball" carries twenty-eight NRMT autographs with a Mickey Mantle (CH) and Yogi Berra sharing the sweet spot, plus Whitey Ford, Enos Slaughter, Elston Howard, Hank Bauer, Bob Turley, Don Larsen, Moose Skowron, Billy Martin, Gil McDougald, Jerry Coleman, Joe Collins, Tom Carroll, Rip Coleman, Tommy Byrne, Andy Carey, Bob Grim, Tom Sturdivant,Charlie Silvera, George Wilson, Irv Noren, Bill Hunter, Norm Siebern, Mickey McDermott, Johnny Kucks, Bob Cerv, and Tom Morgan. Mantle is the only clubhouse signature. The ball is beautiful and the signatures grade 9/10, both having been wonderfully preserved with shellac.

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    November, 2017
    16th-18th Thursday-Saturday
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