Masterpieces and Uncommon Commons LXXV
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This lot is closed for bidding. Bidding ended on 6/22/2018
This amazing ball represents one of the greatest teams from one of baseball’s most memorable decades, the 1960’s. The 60’s opened and closed with unlikely World Champions, with the underdog Pirates upending the heavily favored Yankees in 1960 and the upstart 1969 New York Mets defeating the seemingly undefeatable Baltimore Orioles, who won a staggering 109 games during the regular season.

In 1967, the St. Louis Cardinals changed baseball with a dramatic combination of speed, power and athleticism that provided the foundation for how the game would be played for the next two decades.

The signatures on this ball provides a cavalcade of Hall of Famers and stars rarely found today. Signatures include Lou Brock, Bob Gibson, Steve Carlton, Roger Maris, 1967 MVP Orlando Cepada, Manager Red Schoendienst, Mike Shannon, Tim McCarver, Curt Flood and more. Autographs are all signed neatly in bold blue ball point ink, with Schoendienst and Cepeda sharing the sweet spot. In all the ball features six Hall of Famers, plus Maris and Mike Shannon (who has served on Cardinals radio broadcasts since the 1970s) who still may someday make it to Cooperstown.

We’ve seen more than our fare share of 1967 Cardinals team signed balls over the years, since our home base is St. Louis, but this may be the best example to come to market in quite a long time. Don’t let this example pass you by.
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1967 St. Louis Cardinals Signed Team Ball With Maris, Brock, Flood, Cepeda, Schoendienst And Gibson- Beckett Authenticated

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Minimum Bid: $500.00
Final prices include buyers premium.: $726.00
Number Bids: 3
Auction closed on Friday, June 22, 2018.
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