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(3) 1950s Boston Red Sox Team-Signed Baseballs - Full JSA

Lot Number 289

Quantity: Bid Starts: 09/19/2011 12:00:00 
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Still “cursed” well into the 1950s, the Boston Red Sox fielded competitive squads, nonetheless. These (3) baseballs were signed by 1950s BoSox installments. The orbs range from creamy (grade “6-7”) to medium-toned (grade “4-5”) and feature pennings that range from (“8-9”) strength to (“4”) quality. Keys include: Boudreau, D. DiMaggio, Dropo, Higgins (manager), Jensen, Malzone, Mauch, Pesky, Piersall and Runnels. Individual full photo LOAs from JSA. More on our website.

1951 medium-toned OAL Harridge ball (grade “4-5”) with black ink autographs averaging (“4”) strength. Includes: Sweet Spot: O’Neill (manager) and T. Williams (clubhouse); North Panel: Vollmer, Wight, Doerr, D. DiMaggio, Combs, Masterson; South Panel: Pesky, Taylor, Hoderlein, Parnell and Goodman; West Panel: unidentified, Rosar, Wright, Nixon and Maxwell; East Panel: Dropo, Kinder, Scarborough, Boudreau, Schreiber (coach) and A. Evans.

1956 off-white ball (unknown manufacturer; grade “6”) with ballpoint autographs averaging (“6-7”) strength. Includes: Sweet Spot: T. Williams (clubhouse) and Higgins (manager); North Panel: Jensen, Vernon, Porterfield, Zauchin, Brewer, Sullivan and Hurd; South Panel: Goodman, Daley, Mauch, Piersall and White; West Panel: Lepcio, Dorish and Nixon; East Panel: Buddin, Klaus, Bolling, Parenll and Delock.

1958 off-white OAL Harridge ball (grade “6-7”) with ballpoint signatures averaging (“8”) strength and clarity. Includes: Sweet Spot: Higgins (clubhouse) and T. Williams (clubhouse); North Panel: Runnels, Piersall, Sullivan, Buddin and Monbouquette; South Panel: White, Byerly, Renna, Klaus, Keough and Delock; West Panel: Wall, Gernert, Daley, Fornieles and Brewer; East Panel: Sisler, Stephens, Jensen, Malzone, Kiely and Berberet.



 
 
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