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HANK AARON - BASEBALL SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: JOE TORRE, VANCE LAW, JOHNNY MIZE, HOYT (JAMES) WILHELM, LOU BROCK, RALPH TERRY, BOBBY THOMSON, BILL "MAZ" MAZEROSKI, DUKE SNIDER - HFSID 88318

 

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BASEBALL GREATS. Official Feeney National League Baseball signed by Hall of Famers: Johnny Mize (sweet-spot, lightly soiled), Duke Snider (1926-2011), Hoyt Wilhelm, Hank Aaron, Lou Brock and Bill Mazeroski and by Joe Torre, Ralph Terry (pitched Maris' 61st HR), Bobby Thomson (won 1951 NL pennant playoff with 3-run HR) and Vernon Law. Fine condition.


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HANK AARON
Born: February 5, 1934 in Mobile, Alabama

Full name Henry Louis Aaron
Born February 5, 1934, Mobile, Alabama
First Game: April 13, 1954;
Final Game: October 3, 1976
Bat: Right Throw: Right Height: 6' 0" Weight: 180
Brother of Tommie Aaron

Selected to the Hall of Fame in 1982
Named NL Most Valuable Player by Baseball Writers' Association of America (1957)
Named NL Player of the Year by The Sporting News (1956 and 1963)
Named outfielder on The Sporting News Major League All-Star Team (1956 and 1958 to 1959)
Named outfielder on The Sporting News NL All-Star Team (1963, 1965, 1967 and 1969 to 1971)
Won NL Gold Glove as right fielder (1958 to 1960)

HANK AARON
This article was written by Bill Johnson and is presented in part, courtesy of the Society for American Baseball Research

"Henry Aaron in the second inning walked and scored. He's sittin' on 714. Here's the pitch by Downing. Swinging. There's a drive into left-center field! That ball is gonna be ... outta here! It's gone! It's 715! There's a new home run champion of all time, and it's Henry Aaron!"  - Milo Hamilton, April 8, 1974

With that swing of the bat, along with the 714 that preceded it, Hank Aaron not only passed Babe Ruth as Major League Baseball's career home run leader, but he also made a giant leap in the integration of the game and the nation. Aaron, an African-American, had broken a record set by the immortal Ruth, and not just any record, but the all-time major league home run record, and in doing so moved the game and the nation forward on the journey started by Jackie Robinson in 1947. By 1974 Aaron's baseball career was within three years of sunset, but the road he'd travelled to arrive at that spring evening in Atlanta had hardened and tempered him, perhaps irrevocably, in ways that only suffering can produce.  Aaron finally shrugged off the twin burdens of expectation and fear that evening, and few have ever stood taller.

Henry Louis Aaron was born February 5, 1934, in Mobile Alabama, to Herbert and Estella (Pritchett) Aaron. Among Henry's seven siblings was a brother, Tommie, who later played in parts of seven different seasons in the major leagues. For whatever such records are worth, the brothers still hold the record for most career home runs by a pair of siblings, 768, with the elder Henry contributing 755 to Tommie's 13. They were also the first siblings to appear in a League Championship Series as teammates.


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Film Credits
2013 Conan (in person), 2011 Late Show with David Letterman (in person), 2010-2011 Prime 9 (Other), 2010 Stand Up to Cancer (in person), 2009 Prime 9 (in person), 2008 Bigger Stronger Faster* (Other), 2008 2008 MLB All-Star Game (in person), 2007 Rome Is Burning (Other), 2006 ESPN Outside the Lines Nightly (Other), 2006 ESPN 25: Who's #1 (in person), 2006 Costas Now (Other), 2005-2006 The Top 5 Reasons You Can't Blame... (in person), 2003 Pete Rose on Trial (in person), 2003 100 Years of the World Series (in person), 2002 Jim Brown: All American (in person), 2002 Futurama (in person), 2002 2002 MLB All-Star Game (in person), 2001 Summer Catch (in person), 2000-2004 ESPN SportsCentury (in person), 2000 When It Was a Game 3 (in person), 2000 2000 MLB All-Star Game (in person), 1999 ABC 2000: The Millennium (in person), 1997 Arli$$ (in person), 1995 The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (in person), 1995 Hank Aaron: Chasing the Dream (Other), 1995 Hank Aaron: Chasing the Dream (Other), 1994 Baseball (Other), 1993 Late Night with Conan O'Brien (in person), 1992 When It Was a Game 2 (Other), 1992 The 50 Greatest Home Runs in Baseball History (Other), 1992 Clash of the Champions XX: 20th Anniversary (in person), 1991 When It Was a Game (Other), 1991 Baseball's Record Breakers (in person), 1991 Baseball's Greatest Moments (in person), 1991 1991 MLB All-Star Game (in person), 1990 Night of 100 Stars III (in person), 1989 The Arsenio Hall Show (in person), 1989 Mr. Belvedere (in person), 1987 The Incredible Ida Early (in person), 1987 MacGyver (in person), 1986 Liberty Weekend (in person), 1983 1983 Cracker Jack Oldtimer's Baseball Classic (in person), 1982-1986 The Late Show with David Letterman (in person), 1980 Happy Days (in person), 1978 Good Morning America (in person), 1977 The Cry of a Hurting World... I'm Hungry! (in person), 1977 Jimmy Carter's Inaugural Gala (in person), 1975 Tony Orlando and Dawn (in person), 1975 1975 MLB All-Star Game (in person), 1974 The Dean Martin Comedy Hour (in person), 1974 Dinah! (in person), 1974 1974 MLB All-Star Game (in person), 1973 Flip (in person), 1973 1973 MLB All-Star Game (in person), 1972 1972 MLB All-Star Game (in person), 1971 1971 MLB All-Star Game (in person), 1970 1970 MLB All-Star Game (in person), 1969 1969 National League Championship Series (in person), 1969 1969 MLB All-Star Game (in person), 1968 1968 MLB All-Star Game (in person), 1967 1967 MLB All-Star Game (in person), 1966 1966 MLB All-Star Game (in person), 1965 1965 MLB All-Star Game (in person), 1964 1964 MLB All-Star Game (in person), 1963 1963 MLB All-Star Game (in person), 1960 Home Run Derby (in person), 1958 1958 World Series (in person), 1958 1958 MLB All-Star Game (in person), 1957 The Steve Allen Plymouth Show (in person), 1957 Captain Kangaroo (in person), 1957 1957 World Series (in person), 1957 1957 MLB All-Star Game (in person), 1956-1958 The Ed Sullivan Show (in person), 1956 1956 MLB All-Star Game (in person), 1955 1955 MLB All-Star Game (in person)


RALPH TERRY
Born: January 9, 1936 in Big Cabin, Oklahoma

Baseball Career:
First Game: August 6, 1956; Final Game: April 22, 1967
Bat: Right Throw: Right Height: 6' 3" Weight: 195

Awards and Achievements:
Named World Series Most Valuable Player (1962)
Named pitcher on The Sporting News AL All-Star Team (1962)



Film Credits
1992 The 50 Greatest Home Runs in Baseball History (Other), 1964 1964 World Series (in person), 1963 1963 World Series (in person), 1962 1962 World Series (in person), 1961 1961 World Series (in person), 1960 1960 World Series (in person)


BOBBY THOMSON
Born: October 25, 1923 in Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom
Died: August 16, 2010 in Savannah, Georgia


Baseball Career:
First Game: September 9, 1946; Final Game: July 17, 1960
Bat: Right Throw: Right Height: 6' 2" Weight: 180



Film Credits
2012 Miracle Ball: The Hunt for the Shot Heard Around the World (in person), 2009 Prime 9 (Other), 2006 War Stories with Oliver North (Other), 2006 The Shot Heard Around the World (in person), 2005 The Top 5 Reasons You Can't Blame... (in person), 2005 ESPN 25: Who's #1 (in person), 2001 Shot Heard 'Round the World (in person), 2001 2001 MLB All-Star Game (in person), 2000 ESPN SportsCentury (in person), 1992 The 50 Greatest Home Runs in Baseball History (Other), 1990 The Golden Decade of Baseball (in person), 1987 A Giants History: The Tale of Two Cities (in person), 1980 M*A*S*H (Other), 1980 It's My Turn (in person), 1974 The Way It Was (in person), 1952 1952 MLB All-Star Game (in person), 1951-1952 The Ed Sullivan Show (in person), 1951 1951 World Series (in person), 1949 1949 MLB All-Star Game (in person)


BILL MAZEROSKI
Born: September 5, 1936 in Wheeling, West Virginia

Full name William Stanley Mazeroski
Born September 5, 1936, Wheeling, West Virginia
First Game: July 7, 1956; Final Game: October 4, 1972
Bat: Right Throw: Right Height: 5' 11.5" Weight: 183

Selected to the Hall of Fame in 2001
Named Major League Player of the Year by The Sporting News (1960)
Named second baseman on The Sporting News Major League All-Star Team (1960)
Named second baseman on The Sporting News NL All-Star Team (1962 and 1967)
Won NL Gold Glove as second baseman (1958, 1960 to 1961 and 1963 to 1967)



Film Credits
2010 Prime 9 (Other), 2009-2011 Prime 9 (in person), 2008 2008 MLB All-Star Game (in person), 2005 ESPN 25: Who's #1 (in person), 2000-2002 ESPN SportsCentury (in person), 1992 The 50 Greatest Home Runs in Baseball History (Other), 1976 The Way It Was (in person), 1972 1972 National League Championship Series (in person), 1971 1971 World Series (in person), 1971 1971 National League Championship Series (in person), 1970 1970 National League Championship Series (in person), 1968 The Odd Couple (in person), 1967 1967 MLB All-Star Game (in person), 1960 1960 World Series (in person), 1958 1958 MLB All-Star Game (in person)


DUKE SNIDER
Born: September 19, 1926 in Los Angeles, California
Died: February 27, 2011 in Escondido, California


Full name Edwin Donald Snider
Born September 19, 1926, Los Angeles, California
Died February 27, 2011, Escondido, California
Buried at Fallbrook Masonic Cemetery, Fallbrook, California
First Game: April 17, 1947; Final Game: October 3, 1964
Bat: Left Throw: Right Height: 6' 0" Weight: 179

Selected to the Hall of Fame in 1980
Named Major League Player of the Year by The Sporting News (1955)
Named NL Player of the Year by The Sporting News (1955)
Named outfielder on The Sporting News Major League All-Star Team (1953 to 1955)



Film Credits
2009 Prime 9 (in person), 2007 Brooklyn Dodgers: The Ghosts of Flatbush (in person), 2005-2006 ESPN 25: Who's #1 (in person), 2005 This Week in Baseball (in person), 2005 The Top 5 Reasons You Can't Blame... (in person), 2005 1955, Seven Days of Fall (in person), 2003 100 Years of the World Series (Other), 2001 Shot Heard 'Round the World (in person), 2000-2003 ESPN SportsCentury (in person), 1992 The 50 Greatest Home Runs in Baseball History (Other), 1991 When It Was a Game (Other), 1990 The Golden Decade of Baseball (in person), 1990 Pastime (Performer), 1990 Baseball's Greatest Hits (in person), 1988 Simon & Simon (in person), 1982 1982 MLB All-Star Game (in person), 1974-1975 The Way It Was (in person), 1969 The Trouble with Girls (Performer), 1963 1963 MLB All-Star Game (in person), 1960 Home Run Derby (in person), 1959 The Rifleman (Performer), 1959 1959 World Series (in person), 1958 The Geisha Boy (Performer), 1956 Father Knows Best (Performer), 1956 1956 World Series (in person), 1956 1956 MLB All-Star Game (in person), 1955 The Colgate Comedy Hour (in person), 1955 1955 World Series (in person), 1955 1955 MLB All-Star Game (in person), 1954-1958 What's My Line (in person), 1954 1954 MLB All-Star Game (in person), 1953-1959 The Ed Sullivan Show (in person), 1953 1953 World Series (in person), 1952 1952 World Series (in person), 1950 1950 MLB All-Star Game (in person), 1949 1949 World Series (in person), 1947 Style of the Stars (in person)


JOE TORRE
Born: July 18, 1940 in New York City, New York

Baseball Career:
First Game: September 25, 1960; Final Game: June 17, 1977
Managed First Game: May 31, 1977; Managed Final Game: October 3, 2010
Bat: Right Throw: Right Height: 6' 2" Weight: 212

Inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2014

Awards and Achievements:
Named NL Most Valuable Player by Baseball Writers' Association of America (1971)
Named Major League Player of the Year by The Sporting News (1971)
Named NL Player of the Year by The Sporting News (1971)
Named Internet Baseball Awards' AL Manager of the Year (1998)
Named AL Manager of the Year by Baseball Writers' Association of America (1996 and 1998)
Named AL Manager of the Year by The Sporting News (1998)
Named catcher on The Sporting News NL All-Star Team (1964 to 1966)
Named third baseman on The Sporting News NL All-Star Team (1971)
Won NL Gold Glove as catcher (1965)



Film Credits
2013 Mike & Mike (Other), 2013 Marvin Hamlisch: What He Did for Love (in person), 2012 Knuckleball! (in person), 2011-2013 Mike & Mike (in person), 2011 The Curious Case of Curt Flood (in person), 2010 Tavis Smiley (in person), 2010 Stand Up to Cancer (in person), 2010 Kid Pitch (in person), 2010 Gary Unmarried (in person), 2010 Castle (in person), 2010 30 for 30 (in person), 2009-2011 Prime 9 (in person), 2009 Yankeeography (in person), 2009 The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien (in person), 2009 The Jay Leno Show (in person), 2009 Ted Williams (Other), 2009 Last Call with Carson Daly (in person), 2009 Larry King Live (in person), 2009 J-Spo (Other), 2009 Bluetopia: The LA Dodgers Movie (in person), 2009 2009 National League Championship Series (in person), 2009 2009 MLB All-Star Game (in person), 2008-2014 The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (in person), 2008-2009 Rome Is Burning (in person), 2008 2008 National League Championship Series (in person), 2007 Deal or No Deal (in person), 2006-2009 Rome Is Burning (Other), 2006 Your World w/ Neil Cavuto (in person), 2006 The Top 5 Reasons You Can't Blame... (in person), 2006 The Top 5 Reasons You Can't Blame... (Other), 2006 Everyone's Hero (Performer), 2006 CMI: The Chris Myers Interview (in person), 2005-2006 Costas Now (in person), 2005 The Tony Danza Show (in person), 2005 Sesame Street (in person), 2005 History Rings True: Red Sox Opening Day Ring Ceremony (in person), 2005 9/11/03: A Day in the Life of New York (in person), 2005 60 Minutes (in person), 2004-2006 ESPN 25: Who's #1 (in person), 2004 Reverse of the Curse of the Bambino (Other), 2004 Nine Innings from Ground Zero (in person), 2004 Faith Rewarded: The Historic Season of the 2004 Boston Red Sox (in person), 2004 2004 MLB All-Star Game (in person), 2004 2004 American League Championship Series (in person), 2003-2006 60 Minutes (Other), 2003 Paula Zahn Now (in person), 2003 Hollywood Pinstripes (in person), 2003 2003 American League Championship Series (in person), 2002 The Tim McCarver Show (in person), 2002 Analyze That (in person), 2002 2002 MLB All-Star Game (in person), 2001 2001 World Series (in person), 2001 2001 MLB All-Star Game (in person), 2001 2001 American League Championship Series (in person), 2000-2004 ESPN SportsCentury (in person), 2000 Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade (in person), 2000 Here's to You, Charlie Brown: 50 Great Years (in person), 2000 2000 Official World Series (in person), 2000 2000 MLB All-Star Game (in person), 2000 2000 American League Championship Series (in person), 1999 The Rosie O'Donnell Show (in person), 1999 Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade (in person), 1999 1999 MLB All-Star Game (in person), 1999 1999 American League Championship Series (in person), 1998 Spin City (in person), 1998 Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade (in person), 1998 1998 World Series (in person), 1998 1998 MLB All-Star Game (in person), 1998 1998 American League Championship Series (in person), 1997 1997 MLB All-Star Game (in person), 1996-2009 Late Show with David Letterman (in person), 1996 Cosby (in person), 1996 1996 World Series (in person), 1996 1996 American League Championship Series (in person), 1994 Baseball (in person), 1992 1992 MLB All-Star Game (in person), 1990-2010 Sunday Night Baseball (in person), 1990 Taking Care of Business (Performer), 1982 1982 National League Championship Series (in person), 1973 1973 MLB All-Star Game (in person), 1972 1972 MLB All-Star Game (in person), 1971 1971 MLB All-Star Game (in person), 1970 1970 MLB All-Star Game (in person), 1967 1967 MLB All-Star Game (in person), 1966 1966 MLB All-Star Game (in person), 1965 1965 MLB All-Star Game (in person), 1964 1964 MLB All-Star Game (in person)


VANCE LAW
Born: October 1, 1956 in Boise, Idaho

Baseball Career:
Bat: Right Throw: Right Height: 6' 2" Weight: 185
First Game: June 1, 1980 ; Final Game: October 6, 1991


Film Credits
1991 Sunday Night Baseball (in person), 1989 1989 National League Championship Series (in person), 1983 1983 American League Championship Series (in person)


JOHNNY MIZE
Born: January 7, 1913 in Demorest, Georgia
Died: June 2, 1993 in Demorest, Georgia


Full name John Robert Mize
Born January 7, 1913, Demorest, Georgia
Died June 2, 1993, Demorest, Georgia
Buried at Yonah View Memorial Gardens, Demorest, Georgia (Sunset Hills Section 1, Lot J-5, Grave 4)
First Game: April 16, 1936; Final Game: September 26, 1953
Bat: Left Throw: Right Height: 6' 2" Weight: 215

Selected to the Hall of Fame in 1981
Named first baseman on The Sporting News Major League All-Star Team (1942 and 1947 to 1948)


JOHNNY MIZE
This article was written by Jerry Grillo and is presented in part, courtesy of the Society for American Baseball Research

In 1947, Johnny Mize did something unmatched in baseball history. He became the first and, so far, only player to hit 50 or more home runs in a season while striking out less than 50 times, one of the game's extraordinary records.

Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Ted Williams, Hank Aaron, Willie Mays, etc., etc. – none of baseball's best all-around hitters ever combined meticulous bat control with brute power the way Mize did in '47, back when the New York Giants carried two trunks of bats when they hit the road. "One trunk was for Johnny Mize," said Buddy Blattner, Mize's roommate on the Giants. "The other was for the rest of the team."

So yes, Mize had plenty of bats, and he knew how to use every one of them. This was his arsenal, his black bag, and throughout a 15-year Hall of Fame baseball career the Georgian used his tools with the precision of a surgeon and the stylistic beauty of an artist. And, trusting in his tools, he had unfailing confidence in his ability to hit any pitcher. Built like a slugger (6'2", 215 pounds in his prime), Mize was a line drive hitter who could hit for distance, to all fields and generally for high average, especially earlier in his career. "Nobody had a better, smoother, easier swing than John," said Don Gutteridge, who roomed with Mize on the Cardinals. "It was picture perfect."


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Film Credits
2010-2011 Prime 9 (Other), 1987 New York Yankees The Movie (in person), 1953 1953 World Series (in person), 1953 1953 MLB All-Star Game (in person), 1952-1957 The Ed Sullivan Show (in person), 1952 1952 World Series (in person), 1951 1951 World Series (in person), 1950 1950 World Series (in person), 1949 1949 World Series (in person), 1949 1949 MLB All-Star Game (in person)


HOYT WILHELM
Born: July 26, 1922 in Huntersville, North Carolina
Died: August 23, 2002 in Sarasota, Florida


Full name James Hoyt Wilhelm
Born July 26, 1922, Huntersville, North Carolina
Died August 23, 2002, Sarasota, Florida
Buried at Palms Memorial Park, Sarasota, Florida (Field of Honor East 132-D1; 27.20.143N 82.27.858W)
First Game: April 18, 1952; Final Game: July 10, 1972
Bat: Right Throw: Right Height: 6' 0" Weight: 190

Selected to the Hall of Fame in 1985

HOYT WILHELM
This article was written by Mark Armour and is presented in part, courtesy of the Society for American Baseball Research

During the first half of Hoyt Wilhelm's major league career, the attention he received usually focused on his freak pitch-a knuckleball-which he likely threw better than any man in history. In the latter half of his career, he was equally renowned for his advanced age-he had become an "old" knuckleballer.

Wilhelm was called "Old Folks" when his career had more than a decade to run. Nearly every story written about Wilhelm in the 1960s speculated on how much longer he could get batters out. Could he throw the knuckleball until he was 42? How about 45? Wilhelm patiently gave variations of the same answer: "I am pitching as well as I ever have. I have never felt better. I see no reason why I can't pitch a few more years." Every July 26, his birthday, a cake would appear, and Hoyt would be asked again about how it felt to be 43, or 47. In his Carolina drawl, Wilhelm would bring the subject back to how he was pitching, how he was feeling.

When Wilhelm died in 2002, his death certificate revealed something unexpected. His birth date was discovered to have been July 26, 1922, one year earlier than had been presumed for his entire career. It is not uncommon for a baseball player to have lied about his birth date-in fact, it is somewhat of an honored tradition. It was nonetheless startling to discover that Hoyt Wilhelm, probably the most famous "old" player in history, was actually older than we had thought.


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Film Credits
2012 Knuckleball! (Other), 2009 Prime 9 (Other), 1985 Greats of the Game (in person), 1954 1954 World Series (in person)


LOU BROCK
Born: June 18, 1939 in El Dorado, Arkansas

Full name Louis Clark Brock
Born June 18, 1939, El Dorado, Arkansas
First Game: September 10, 1961; Final Game: September 30, 1979
Bat: Left Throw: Left Height: 5' 11.5" Weight: 170

Selected to the Hall of Fame in 1985
Named Major League Player of the Year by The Sporting News (1974)
Named NL Player of the Year by The Sporting News (1974)
Named NL Comeback Player of the Year by The Sporting News (1979)
Named outfielder on The Sporting News NL All-Star Team (1974)



Film Credits
2010 Prime 9 (Other), 2009-2011 Prime 9 (in person), 2008 2008 MLB All-Star Game (in person), 2006 DHL Presents Major League Baseball Hometown Heroes (Other), 2004-2006 ESPN 25: Who's #1 (in person), 2004 ESPN SportsCentury (in person), 2003 Late Show with David Letterman (in person), 2002 The Tim McCarver Show (in person), 2002 A City on Fire: The Story of the '68 Detroit Tigers (in person), 1979 1979 MLB All-Star Game (in person), 1976 Monday Night Baseball (in person), 1975 The Bob Hope Show (in person), 1975 1975 MLB All-Star Game (in person), 1974 1974 MLB All-Star Game (in person), 1971 1971 MLB All-Star Game (in person), 1968-1969 The Joey Bishop Show (in person), 1968 1968 World Series (in person), 1967 The Ed Sullivan Show (in person), 1967 1967 World Series (in person), 1967 1967 MLB All-Star Game (in person), 1964 1964 World Series (in person)


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