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    The Streak Ends! DiMaggio, Keltner, Boudreau And Jim Bagby Jr. Multi Signed Baseball. Another fantastic "Theme Ball" featuring one of the most famous and unbreakable records in the history of baseball. On May 15, 1941 "Joltin" Joe started the streak and not a game went by without a hit until mid July 1941 in Cleveland at Municipal Stadium. 67,468 fans watched pitchers Al Smith and Jim Bagby Jr., but the stopper was the Indians' third baseman, Ken Keltner, who made two dazzling backhand plays deep behind third base to rob DiMaggio of hits. It is sometimes overlooked that DiMaggio was intentionally walked in the fourth inning of that game, and that he promptly started a 16-game streak the next day. This one of a kind ball has Joe DiMaggio in the sweet spot, Ken Keltner(personalized), Lou Boudreau (personalized),and Jim Bagby Jr. (personalized). Signatures rate NMT- MT and unofficial ball rates NMT. A one of a kind item, bid accordingly. Auction LOA From JSA


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    Auction Dates
    July, 2011
    10th Sunday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 14
    Lot Tracking Activity: N/A
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