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12 Single-Signed Baseballs – Parrish, Tanana, Jim Wynn, Yeager, Etc.

Lot 34. 12 Single-Signed Baseballs – Parrish, Tanana, Jim Wynn, Yeager, Etc. These autographs are generally nm-m 8, with some better, on Rawlings or Wilson “Official League” baseballs: Jim Nettles (nm 7 autograph), Ron Oester, Joe Oliver, Ricky Otero, Lance Parrish, (Jason) Jay Passmore, Desi Relaford, Bill Robinson (died 2007), Frank Tanana, Ed Watt, Jim Wynn (d. March 26), and Steve Yeager. Parrish was an eight-time All-Star who earned six Silver Slugger and three Gold Glove Awards. At the peak of his career, Sparky Anderson declared him “the best catcher in baseball.” Drafted by the Brewers in 1975, Passmore played in the minors. Tanana was a three-time All-Star who won 240 games in 21 seasons and at least 12 games 12 times. Watt was a relief pitcher on the Orioles’ 1970 championship team. Selected for the N.L All-Star squad three times, Wynn hit at least 20 home runs in eight seasons and 30 or more in three. Yeager was the 1981 MVP as he and his Dodgers’ teammates won the World Series. Authenticated by Kevin Keating. Minimum Bid $40.    

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