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Feast your eyes on one of the most historic baseballs we have ever offered. Lewis "Hack" Wilson was not only one of the most powerful sluggers of all-time, his off-the-field exploits, particularly involving drinking and fighting, rivaled that of his contemporary Babe Ruth. While with the 1930 Chicago Cubs, Wilson assembled one of the most impressive seasons in baseball history, during which he hit a National League record 56 home runs and drove in an astounding 191 runs - a record that still stands more than 80 years later. He hit .356 with a gaudy .454 on-base percentage and league-best .723 slugging percentage that year. This is the official National League baseball that the Hall of Famer crushed for home run number 54 that season. LOA/PSA.
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