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1967 Pittsburgh Pirates - Team-Signed ONL Giles Baseball Signed Twice by Roberto Clemente, Willie Stargell, Bill Mazeroski, Elroy Face, Hal Smith, Al McBean, Maury Wills etc.

Presented is a team-signed baseball from the 1967 Pittsburgh Pirates. They finished at .500 that season. The baseball is a NL (Giles) and was signed 27 times. The highlight is that it was signed by Roberto Clemente twice. Other signers include: Clyde King, Bill Mazeroski, Al McBean, Woodie Fryman, Don Clendenon, Gene Alley, Hal Smith, Manny Sanguillen (x2), Johnny Pesky, Maury Wills (x2), Matty Alou, Woodie Fryman, Alex Gammas, Tommie Sisk, Al McBean, Bob Veale, Manny Jiminez, John Gelnar, Juan Pizarro, Willie Stargell, Steve Blass, Elroy Face and other. Includes a full letter of authentication from JSA.

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