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Nice item. Gotta love that old baseball memorabilia.

A little better condition and we'd be talking.

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Bulge, I might be interested. I had one that he signed at the Phil Donahue show at the Ohio State Fair probably in the late 60's. What condition is ball? Send a pic if you like.
 

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I've got a 1952 Yankees ball with 20+ signatures on it including; Joe Dimaggio, Micky Mantle, Yogi Berra, Billy Martin, Bobby Brown and more. Billy Martin walked it around the locker room with me after Joe's last regular season game. I'll probably let them bury it with me.
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The "Quisenberry Apple". LOL


Wasn't that what they called a pitch of his or something like that? I remember him well with his under-sidearm(subamarine)style.
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I have a Pittsburgh Pirates program from the first season at Threee Rivers Stadium. Last time I saw it it was in very nice shape. PM if interested.
 

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In the mid-80s my wife was involved with old timers' baseball events... must have a 1/2 dozen balls signed by a variety of guys... will have to post some pics with the signatures - balls are 25 years old now.

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I have a baseball signed by Ralph Branca and Bobby Thompson which I got on the 50th anniversary of the "Shot heard 'round the world". They signed it for me at the BAT dinner in NYC.
 

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I have a '55 Dodgers team signed ball. I have no idea whether it is something you could buy in a souvenier shop at the stadium, or whether it is a real signed ball. It has at least three colors of ink and is in pretty good shape. My uncle Norbert, a Brooklyn resident, gave it to me on a visit to his home in 1955. Does anyone know how much it is worth or someone in the DC area I could take it to for an appraisal?
 

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eightbore--It's value would depend on alot of factors. Condition and authenticity for sure but also who was on the '55 team and how good that team was. As to what prices are for such i have no idea. Sounds as if it may be real with the different inks used on the names.

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I would think the 55 Dodger ball would be worth a nice chunk of change since it was the year they finally won the World Series.
 
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