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1954 World Series - New York Giants vs. Cleveland Indians Multi-Signed OAL (Cronin) Baseball - Signed by 20 at Reunion Incl. Early Wynn, Bob Feller, Herman Franks, Hank Thompson, Dusty Rhodes, Al Lopez and Many Others

1954 World Series - New York Giants vs. Cleveland Indians Multi-Signed OAL (Cronin) Baseball - Signed by 20 at Reunion. The Giants won the Series but members of both teams are on this great orb Incl. Early Wynn, Bob Feller, Herman Franks, Hank Thompson, Dusty Rhodes, Al Lopez, Bob Hofman, Sal Maglie, Hank Majeski, Monte Irvin, Marv Grisson, Ray Katt, Hal Naragon, Don Mueller, Hank Thompson, Mike Garcia, Johnny Antonelli, Bill Taylor, Dave Philey, Wes Westrum and Bill Glynn. Baseball is a OAL (Cronin) in Near Mint condition with the majority of signatures in black ballpoint ("8-9").

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