DOLPH CAMILLI - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED BASEBALL - HFSID 270093
Sale Price $180.00
Rawlings Official National League baseball (Feeney), signed in blue ink on the sweet-spot
Baseball signed: "Dolph Camilli" on the sweet spot. Rawlings Official National League baseball, Charles S. Feeney, President. Dolph Camilli (1907-1997) was a graceful, slugging first baseman (1933-1945) and two-time All-Star, who had his best years with the Brooklyn Dodgers. He was the NL's Most Valuable Player in 1941, when he led the league in homers (34) and runs batted in (120). A maverick ahead of his time who called the owners "a bunch of cheap bastards", he sat out a season rather than accept a trade from the Dodgers to the rival Giants, and jumped to the newly formed Mexican League in 1946. His son Doug caught for the Dodgers and Senators in the 1960s. Lightly soiled. Otherwise, fine condition.
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