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    1991 Nolan Ryan Seventh No-Hitter Game Used & Signed Baseball.
    Setting a mark that will almost certainly never be matched, the forty-four year old power pitcher struck out sixteen Blue Jays at Arlington, and allowed not a single man to hit safely, to earn his seventh and final career no-hitter. This OAL (Brown) ball exhibits fine use from that historic three to nothing victory, and is signed on the sweet spot by Ryan, and notated, "5/1/91."
    Texas Rangers clubhouse manager Chuck Oldenburg wisely sought a souvenir of this masterwork by the aging veteran, later passing the clay-stained sphere to his son, whose signed letter of provenance accompanies the ball. A special memento of a record just as untouchable as Ryan's absurd career strikeouts tally. Letter of provenance from son of Texas Rangers clubhouse manager. Full LOA from SGC Authentic. Full LOA from PSA/DNA.


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    Auction Dates
    February, 2018
    24th-25th Saturday-Sunday
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