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    1979 Freddie Lindstrom Single Signed Baseball. Eighteen years old when he burst onto the scene with a .333 batting average in the 1924 World Series, the young third baseman would continue to develop into a Hall of Fame-caliber player over thirteen seasons, earning his bronze plaque in 1976. Here we present one of just a small handful of Lindstrom singles known in the hobby. An effectively unimprovable 9+/10 blue ink signature occupies the side panel of the presented 1979 Official All-Star Game (Kuhn) ball. Ball exhibits scattered areas of toning but still presents well. Full LOA from PSA/DNA.

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    February, 2020
    22nd-23rd Saturday-Sunday
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