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1970 Twins Team-Signed Baseball (30) Harmon Killebrew, Bert Blyleven, etc. – COA JSA

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Led by new manager Bill Rigney, the 1970 Minnesota Twins won the American League West with a 98–64 record, nine games ahead of the Oakland Athletics. The Twins were swept by the Baltimore Orioles in the American League Championship Series. After the ALCS, Metropolitan Stadium would never see another post-season game, and the Twins would not return to the postseason stage until 1987 when they won the World Series.

1970 Minnesota Twins signed 29 signatures on this baseball in black ballpoint. Signature grade 7-8.  Bill Rigney signed on the sweet spot. Followed by Jim Perry won the (Cy Young Award), Harmon Killebrew, Tony Oliva, Rod Carew, Jim Kaat, Luis Tiant, Bert Blyleven, George Mitterwald, Ron Perranosk,  Danny Thompson, Vern Morgan, Bill Zepp, Rick Renick, Rich Reese, Frankie Crosetti, Paul Ratliff, Frank Quilici, Brant Alyea,Marv Grissom,Dick Woodson, Pete Hamm, Jim Holt, Stan Williams & one more. The Bill Rigney, Tom Hall, Harmon Killebrew, César Tovar & 1 more were signed in black pen and grade 4-5. Authentication: JSA Auction House Letter

 

 

 

 

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