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OAL Harridge Baseball Signed by 19 1946 St. Louis Browns - with a Full PSA/DNA LoA.

Lot 57. OAL Harridge Baseball Signed by 19 1946 St. Louis Browns - with a Full PSA/DNA LoA. Manager Luke Sewell and pitcher Jack Kramer signed the sweet spot of this off-white ex-m Reach Official American League baseball, which is evenly, lightly toned and shows wear on the William Harridge facsimile autograph. The north panel has the names of Vern Stephens, Hank Helf, Sam Zoldak, Lou Finnie and Al Zarilla; the south, Z. (Zack) Taylor (coach), Al Hollingsworth, Tex Shirley, Steve Sundra and John Lucadello; the east, Bob Dillinger and John (Ox) Miller; and the west, Walter Judnich, Fred Hofmann (coach), Chuck Stevens, Len Schulte and Stan Ferens. The autographs are primarily nm-m 8 with some nm 7 and mint 9. This St. Louis team finished seventh in the American League with a 66-88 record. Stephens was one of the team’s stars. In six full seasons in St. Louis, he was a three-time All-Star shortstop who finished in the top 10 in MVP voting four times. The cleanup batter for the 1944 AL Champion Browns and the 1945 AL home run champion, he led the league in RBI three times, once with St. Louis. The PSA/DNA Letter of Authenticity is dated Sept. 22, 2022. Winning Bid $100.    

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