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    1960's Roger Maris Handwritten & Signed Major League Baseball Players Association Questionnaire, PSA/DNA NM-MT 8.

    In a simpler and gentler time, the Players Association handed out these typed questionnaires to players in attendance at the annual meetings, in much the same way high school students receive in-class assignments from their teachers. Can you imagine today's players being handed questionnaires and taking the time to fill them out by hand? Well, back in the 1960's they did, and Yankee star Roger Maris filled out and signed off on the one offered here.

    The reluctant and grounded superstar suggested "A better club house in Chicago and dugout, and a better club house in Cleveland. A toilet in Kansas City dugout." Written and signed at the bottom "Roger Maris, N.Y." in NRMT blue fountain pen. Full Grading LOA from PSA/DNA, NM-MT 8. Auction LOA from SGC Authentic.


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    May, 2017
    11th-13th Thursday-Saturday
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