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    1970 New York Yankees Old Timers' Day Multi Signed Baseball. Given the franchise is steeped in tradition, it is no surprise Old Timers' Day takes on special meaning for the Yankees. Signed by men who donned pinstripes is this OAL (Cronin) baseball which houses thirty-one ballpoint signatures. Most of the autographs average 7.5/10 with some lesser. Mickey Mantle and Joe DiMaggio share sweet spot honors on this slightly toned orb. Autographs include: Yogi Berra, Jim Turner, Gene Woodling, Hank Bauer, Bill Skowron, Ralph Houk, Earle Combs, Jerry Coleman, Tommy Henrich, Whitey Ford, Elston Howard, Gil McDougald, Casey Stengel, Ed Lopat, Vic Raschi, Bobby Brown, Don Larsen, Bobby Richardson, Bob Turley, Phil Rizzuto, Allie Reynolds, Tommy Byrne, Johnny Kucks, Bill Dickey, Billy Martin, Charlie Keller, Billy Hunter and more. Pre-certified by PSA/DNA. Auction LOA from James Spence Authentication.

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    Auction Dates
    May, 2014
    15th-17th Thursday-Saturday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 7
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