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    1962 San Francisco Giants Team Signed Baseball - National League Champs! San Francisco got its first taste of World Series action in 1962 as the Giants advanced to the Fall Classic. This ONL (Giles) ball is signed by the men who helped the Giants claim the National League pennant. We are able to link the ball to '62 because it includes cup of coffee reserve Bobby Bolin. The twenty-eight signatures average 8/10 with some lesser. Included are: Felipe Alou, Matty Alou, Marichal, Kuenn, Duffalo, McCormick (reduced), LeMay, Sanford, Pagan, Larsen, Nieman, Davenport, McCovey, Mays, Orsino, Miller, Bowman, Hiller, Haller, Bolin, Pierce (clubhouse according to JSA), O'Dell, Cepeda (reduced), Bailey, Perry, Dark (stamped) and two more. "1962 Frisco Giants" is written below the baseball's stampings in red ballpoint ink. Pre-certified by PSA/DNA. Auction LOA from James Spence Authentication.

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    May, 2015
    14th-16th Thursday-Saturday
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