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1956 New York Yankees Team-Signed Ball (28 Sigs. w/Mantle and Martin)

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1956 New York Yankees Team-Signed Ball (28 Sigs. w/Mantle and Martin)

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Actually, there are 29 signatures on this mildly toned OAL (Harridge) baseball, but the Stengel penning is said to be of the "clubhouse" ilk. That forgiven, we remind the reader that this season, 1956, witnessed the Triple Crown performance registered by Mantle, and then the masterpiece delivered by Larsen in the World Series. This is a remarkable composite of signatures, to include the standard lineup and the principals of the mound corps. One of the interesting autographs appearing here is that of Jerry Staley, who arrived the previous September to shore up the final leg of the ’55 pennant. But the Yankees used him sparingly in 1956, ultimately waiving that fine hurler to the ChiSox in May. The conclusive evidence of this ball’s vintage, however, is demonstrated by its inclusion of one-year Pinstriper, Mickey McDermott. All of these pennings remain clean and distinct, deviating little from "6-7" in quality. Specifically, there appear Hank Bauer, trong>Yogi Berra (sweet spot), Andy Carey, Tommy Carroll, Bob Cerv, Jerry Coleman, Rip Coleman, Joe Collins, Frank Crosetti, trong>Bill Dickey, trong>Whitey Ford, Bob Grim, Elston Howard, Johnny Kucks, Don Larsen, trong>Mickey Mantle ("5-6"), trong>Billy Martin ("7"), Mickey McDermott, Gil McDougald, Tom Morgan, Irv Noren, trong>Phil Rizzuto, Eddie Robinson, Charlie Silvera, Bill Skowron, Jerry Staley, Tom Sturdivant, and Bob Turley.

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1956,Ball,New York Yankees,Yankees  Andy Carey,Bill Skowron,Bob Cerv,Bob Grim,Bob Turley,Charlie Silvera,Don Larsen,Eddie Robinson,Frank Crosetti,Gil McDougald,Hank Bauer,Jerry Coleman,Jerry Staley,Joe Collins,Johnny Kucks,Mickey McDermott,Tom Morgan,Tom Sturdivant,Tommy Carroll

Auction End: 01-Aug-08  Post Views: 5403

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