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Tom Tresh Signed Baseball Yankees “1962 Rookie of the Year” – COA PSA/DNA

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Rated 5 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating

Winning Bid: $33.00

Winning Bid: $33.00

Auction ends: February 27, 2021 10:40 PM
Timezone: America/Los_Angeles

Total price with Buyers Premium: $39.60

Bids count: 2

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SKU: 325113-130 Categories: , , , ,

Description

Tom Tresh was a professional baseball infielder and outfielder who played in Major League Baseball (MLB) for the New York Yankees (1961–1969) and Detroit Tigers (1969). Tresh was a switch-hitter and threw right-handed. He was the son of the MLB catcher Mike Tresh.

Presented is an OAL (Budig) baseball autographed by Tom Tresh. He signed it on the sweet spot in blue ballpoint pen (“9”) with the inscription, “1962 Rookie of the Year”. The ball itself shows toning from age.

Authentication: PSA/DNA Auction House Letter

This ball is from one of the largest and most comprehensive collections of autographed baseballs in the world. Altogether they were easily displayable in custom shelf form and alphabetically displayed nonetheless. The choice of medium was visually easy for the encyclopedic collector who put these together. It took several decades to amass these rare autographs of the most prominent entertainers, historical figures, and sports players.  It proved quite difficult to acquire autographs of non-ballplayers on such an odd object (a baseball) but diligence proved otherwise and that it’s possible. So, now with the collection complete and his shelves empty there’s only one thing left to do….bid on this item and start the challenge to see how far you can take it.

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Weight 1 lbs
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