From his lengthy career as an American League executive, these keepsakes were gathered by former GM Hank Peters. Includes: (4) Signed Baseballs a Pete Rose single-signed ONL Giamatti orb; and (3) Hall of Famers/superstars multi-signed balls with keys including: Aaron, Boudreau, Doby, Feller, Lemon, S. Oh (in English and Japanese), Ripken, B. Robinson, F. Robinson; Press Pins: (20 pins) with (14) 1970-1991 All-Star pins including 1970-1972, 1974, 1976, 1979, 1980, 1984, 1986, 1987, (2) 1989, 1990 and 1991. More on our website.
Additional highlights include:
Press Pins (20 press pins, with posts and nuts intact) with 1965 World Series (Minnesota Twins version; reproduction); 1989 All-Star Game (California Angles); 1991 World Series (Minnesota Twins version). Also included is an MLB silhouette logo lapel pin, a Toronto Blue Jays pin and a 1990 Chicago Cubs/Wrigley Field one troy ounce silver medallion.
Additionally, a partial run of (14) 1970s-1990s All-Star Game Press Pins includes: 1970 (Cincinnati); 1971 (Detroit); 1972 (Atlanta); 1974 (Pittsburgh); 1976 (Philadelphia); 1979 (Seattle); 1980 (Los Angeles); 1984 (San Francisco); 1986 (Houston); 1989 (California); 1990 (Chicago); 1991 (Toronto)
Pete Rose a lightly toned ONL Giamatti sphere (grade “5-6”) signed by Rose on the sweet spot in blue ballpoint (“9” strength)
Hall of Famers/Stars a lightly toned OAL Brown ball (grade “5”) signed in ballpoint (mostly “8-9” strength) by: North Panel Lynn, Traber, unidentified, Ripken, Jr. and B. Robinson (“5” strength); South Panel C. Porter, Aaron and B. Williams; West Panel Wilhelm and (2) Sadaharu Oh (one in English, one in Japanese); East Panel unidentified, Bielecki and F. Robinson (“6-7”)
Indians/Yankees All-Time Greats a clean white OAL Brown ball (grade “8”) with (23) signatures (average “8” strength) with: Sweet Spot Slaughter; North Panel Feller, unidentified, Ramos, Tresh, S. McDowell, E. Leon and unidentified; South Panel Harder, Francona, Woodling, Skowron, Score and Bell; West Panel Doby Ramos (repeat signature), Rick manning, Boudreau and Feller (repeat signature); East Panel unidentified, Heidemann, Carey and D. Ellis
1950s-1970s Hall of Famers/Stars mildly toned OAL Brown ball (grade “6”) signed by multiple players in ballpoint. Signature qualities vary, as some have completely faded. Among the legible signatures (with strengths noted on key names) are: Battey, Cepeda (“7”), Doby (sweet spot, “7”), Doerr (“7”), Feller (“8”), Kaline (“5-6”), Lemon (“5”), Millan, A. Oliver and Vernon
Note: the 1995 Clevelnad Indians commemorative bat comes with nails and hangers to facilitate wall mounting