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12 Different Single-Signed Baseballs – Davey Johnson, Hooton, Corrales, Etc.

Lot 214. 12 Different Single-Signed Baseballs – Davey Johnson, Hooton, Corrales, Etc. These autographs, unless otherwise noted, are nm-m 8 or better on the sweet spots of nm-m 8 or better Rawlings or Wilson “Official League” baseballs: Pat Corrales, Ivan DeJesus, Wayne Gomes, John Grubb, Bryan Harvey, John Hiller, Burt Hooton, Randy Hundley (very strong autograph with minor bleeding), Davey Johnson, Jim Lemon (nm 7 autograph; died 2006), Frank Lucchesi (personalized ex-m 6 to nm 7) and Hal Naragon. As a player, Johnson was a four-time All-Star and three-time Gold Glove Award recipient who helped the Baltimore Orioles to win world championships in 1966 and 1970. As a manager, he twice was named Manager of the Year and led the New York Mets to a World Series championship in 1986. He is in the Mets’ and Orioles’ Hall of Fame. Harvey was a two-time All-Star who led the A.L. in saves in 1991. Authenticated by Kevin Keating. Minimum Bid $40.    

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