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This is the only one graded a 9 on the entire planet with NONE higher. Contains 31 signatures, including Ted Williams, Lou Boudreau, George Kell, and Bill McKechnie. 1) HOFer Red Sox outfielder Ted Williams was the last man to hit over .400 when he hit .406 in 1941. Bashed 521 home runs despite missing nearly five full seasons as a pilot in two wars. 2) HOFer Lou Boudreau was a great fielding shortstop with the Cleveland Indians who was a playing manager at age 25 and invented the "Boudreau Shift" which he employed against Ted Williams and which is so imitated today against lefty batters. 3) HOFer George Kell was an outstanding glove man for the Boston Red Sox and four other American League teams who hit .306 lifetime. 4) HOF manager Bill McKechnie, was an infielder with five teams who became a star as a manager. He is the first MLB manager to win the World Series with two different teams (Pittsburgh and Cincinnati), is a tough signature and very tough to find on a baseball. Signatures are graded perfect 10s by PSA while the overall grade is 9. PSA Letter.
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