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    Baseball Players Multi Signed Baseball Including Tough Hall of Fame Autograph Bill McGowan. Many baseball purists collect autographs of Hall of Famers. One which is rarely encountered is that of famed umpire Bill McGowan. While he gained enshrinement into the hallowed halls of Cooperstown in 1992, he had been dead for nearly forty years. Since collecting autographs of umpires wasn't a common occurrence, the signature of McGowan has eluded many enthusiasts through the years. This multi-signed baseball includes a sweet spot penning of McGowan, who shares the coveted spot with Hal Newhouser. Most of the marker autographs have fallen victim to father time, but the McGowan has held up admirably. There is a layer of top coating applied. Others who signed include: Joe Page, Bill Goodman, Joe Kuhel, Billy Goodman, Vern Stephens, Bob Lemon, Jim Hegan, Newhouser, Billy Hitchcock and a few more. Pre-certified by PSA/DNA.

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    January, 2013
    20th Sunday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 15
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