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1954 Brooklyn Dodgers Team-Signed Baseball (22 Signatures HOF Alston, Reese, Campinella, Robinson)

A captivating, never before offered, 1954 Brooklyn Dodgers, team signed baseball. Authenticated and accompanied with a James Spence certification, this noteworthy specimen boasts clear signatures of Hall of Famers Walt Alston, Pee Wee Reese, Roy Campanella and the legendary Jackie Robinson. In addition, other greats included are fan favorites Carl Furilllo, Don Newcombe, Carl Erskine, Ralph Hoak and Billy Cox. Moreover, adding to the wonderful visual effect are the pitchers Johnny Podres and Clem Labine. Clubhouse signatures are Roe, Loes, Snider, Palica and Meyer. Received by the consignor at Ebbetts Field, this ball is destined to grace the cabinet of a true collector.

 

 

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