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    1959 New York Yankees Team Signed Baseball. A year after winning the World Series, the Yankees were stuck in neutral. While the 1959 version of the Bronx Bombers couldn't reach the postseason, it did have plenty of star power to boast of. This slightly aged OAL (Harridge) baseball is signed by twenty-two members of the Yankees in bold ballpoint and was presented from a member of the New York News staff. The signatures average 8/10 and include: Duren, Kubek, Berra, Howard, Ford, Shantz, Throneberry, Slaughter, Richardson, McDougald, Stengel, Siebern, Turley, Mantle (secretarial), Terry, Ditmar, Bauer, Lopez, Skowron, Brickell (only year with Yankees '59), Bronstad and one more. Pre-certified by PSA/DNA.

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    May, 2014
    15th-17th Thursday-Saturday
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