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    1965 Hall of Fame Induction Multi-Signed Baseball, PSA/DNA NM-MT+ 8.5. For nearly eighty years, the greatest living figures of our national pastime have come together at Cooperstown to share stories and welcome the newest class of immortals. Pud Galvin was inducted posthumously as the lone honoree in 1965, but the twenty-five Cooperstown immortals that appear on the provided ONL (Giles) ball gave the event plenty of life. The roster is staggering: Appling, Manush, Hartnett, Giles, Rice, Carey, Paul Waner, Lyons, Harridge, Frisch, Cronin, Dickey, Feller, Foxx, McKechnie, Grove, Dean, Gehringer, Roush, Greenberg, Frick, Grimes, Wheat, Hubbell and Terry. The condition is nearly as impressive as the personnel, with the experts at PSA/DNA assessing the signatures at 9/10 and the ball itself at 7/10, adding a half-point for the enormous visual appeal. Full Grading LOA from PSA/DNA, NM-MT+ 8.5.

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