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    1965 World Series Announcers Multi Signed Baseball - Harmon, Wolff and Garagiola. Offered here is an extremely rare multi-signed baseball, featuring the broadcasting team of the 1965 World Series. Signed on the NM OAL (Cronin) ball, the following signatures are presented in bold blue ball-point ink: Joe Garagiola, Bob Wolff and Tom Harmon. "1965" is noted on the side panel in an unknown hand. Pre-Certified by PSA/DNA.

    The baseballs in this lot originate from the Ray Crump Collection. Ray originally worked in the clubhouse and was a batboy for the Washington Senators beginning in 1948. When the Senators moved to Minnesota in 1961, he came North with them to become the Twins first equipment manager, a position he held until retiring from the organization in 1984.


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    Auction Dates
    March, 2012
    25th Sunday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 7
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