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1954 Milwaukee Braves Team-Signed Baseball Signed by 24 Incl. Rookie Hank Aaron, Charlie Grimm etc.

Presented is a 1954 Milwaukee Braves team-signed baseball dating to Hank Aaron's rookie season. It's a white ONL (Giles) baseball which has been signed by 23 members of the team including: Hank Aaron (ss), Adcock, Bruton, Buhl,Calderone, Crandall, Dittmer, Grimm (ss Mgr),Johnson, Jolly, Keely (coach), Koslo, Logan, Mathews, Nichols, O'Connell, Pafko, Pendleton, Smalley, Spahn (clubhouse), Thomson, Walters (coach) and White. All of the signatures are boldly penned grading "9-10". This ball is amazing in that the signature of a lowly rookie, albeit a promising one, shares the sweet spot with manager Charlie Grimm. A true collectors delight, both in appearance and circumstance. The baseball includes a PSA/DNA auction house LOA from a different auction.


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