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Rogers Hornsby “1956” Notated, Signed Baseball
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Did we mention that his legacy continues with Major League’s second-highest lifetime batting average? Furthermore, second basemen aren’t supposed to go ’round winning triple crowns – a couple of ’em, no less. Now, Rogers Hornsby was certainly an indominatable batsman, and if there were a ‘hall of fame’ within the Hall of Fame, his plaque would there repose. In his later life, 1956 to be precise, he accommodated an autograph request by penning this unofficial baseball. Beginning on a blank panel, and progressing into the sweet spot, he inked his signature, and then notating “1956.” The ball is lightly toned (it possibly even enjoyed mild play before his signing), yet this autograph projects magnificently, meriting “9” in quality.
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1956,Ball,Baseball,Batting,Signed Rogers Hornsby
Auction End: 13-Mar-05 Post Views: 2119
Price; $0.00 – $2,500.00