1930 Jesse Haines Single Signed Game Ball from Complete Game Victory
<p>From Jesse Haines' 9-inning complete-game victory over the Cubs on May 18, 1930, this is the actual game ball that the winning pitcher and future Hall of Famer signed and gifted to his daughter. Heavily inscribed in black ink on this Official National League ball, the south panel reads "To Juetta Lou, From Haines, Daddy Haines," the north panel reads "St. Louis 8, Chicago 2, May 18 - 1930," west panel reads "St Louis Haines + Wilson, Chicago Blake + Taylor." All writing is in Haines' hand, there is toning and scrapes but the writing is still clearly legible. Comes from The Jesse Haines Collection, sourced from his family.</p><p><span style="font-size: medium; font-family: 'Times New Roman';">Jesse Haines was inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1970 as a member of the St. Louis Cardinals. His impact in baseball spanned far greater than his nineteen-year career and he even threw a no-hitter in 1924, a feat that would not be achieved by another Cardinals pitcher for 50 years. This collection includes Jesse’s Hall of Fame plaque, a team signed baseball by the 1924 Cardinals commemorating his no-hitter, early photographs, autographs and more. This collection of “fresh to market” material sources from Haines’ family and is now available to the public for the first time.</span></p>
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