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    1980's Bill Terry "HOF, 1930 .401" Single Signed Baseball. His fourteen seasons at the Polo Grounds earned him Hall of Fame immortality, and Terry makes note of that achievement here along with another that places him into an even more elite brotherhood. In 1930, Terry recorded a batting average of .401, making him the last man other than Ted Williams to go two-for-five for an entire season. His blue ballpoint ink is 9/10 on the provided ONL (Giamatti) sphere. LOA from Steiner. Full LOA from PSA/DNA.


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    December, 2017
    10th Sunday
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