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    2013 Mariano Rivera Game Used, Signed Baseball from Final Season with Yankees. Rarely does Major League Baseball create special baseballs to commemorate a player. The OML (Selig) baseballs used near the end of Mariano Rivera's big league run featured a silhouette of the Yankee great on a side panel. This ball was used during the September 22 contest against San Francisco - a 2-1 Giants win at Yankee Stadium. Mo pitched 1.2 innings and surrendered a hit with a strikeout. This ball shows appropriate game use. Rivera signed a side panel and inscribed: "#42 Retired Exit Sandman 9/22/13." He also numbered the edition 22/24. MLB (EK 810326), Yankees-Steiner and Steiner holograms decorate the orb. MLB Authentic EK 810326. LOA from Yankees-Steiner. Pre-certified by PSA/DNA. Auction LOA from James Spence Authentication.

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    November, 2016
    17th-19th Thursday-Saturday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 11
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