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GIL HODGES - PROGRAM COVER SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: FRANK "HONDO" HOWARD, PHIL "SUPERSUB" LINZ - HFSID 295645

GIL HODGES CO-SIGNED BY: FRANK HOWARD and PHIL LINZ Three baseball players sign the cover of a 1965 New York Yankees Scorecard and Official Program Program Cover signed: "Gil Hodges", "Frank Howard" and "Phil Linz", Color 7x10. Signed on the cover of a 1965 New York Yankees Scorecard and Official Program.

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GIL HODGES CO-SIGNED BY: FRANK HOWARD and PHIL LINZ
Three baseball players sign the cover of a 1965 New York Yankees Scorecard and Official Program
Program Cover signed: "Gil Hodges", "Frank Howard" and "Phil Linz", Color 7x10. Signed on the cover of a 1965 New York Yankees Scorecard and Official Program. GIL HODGES (1924-1972), who played first base for the Dodgers (1943, 1947-1961) and was an original member of the New York Mets (1962-1963), tied the Major League record of four home runs in one game on August 31, 1950. He drove in 100 runs in seven consecutive seasons (1949-1955) and drove in both runs in the seventh game of the 1955 World Series, giving the Brooklyn Dodgers their only World Championship. Hodges managed the Washington Senators (1963-1968) and then the New York Mets from 1968 until a fatal heart attack in Florida, April 2, 1972. He led the Miracle Mets, who had been chronic losers in their first seven seasons, to a World Championship in 1969. FRANK HOWARD was National League Rookie of the Year in 1960. Traded to the Washington Senators in 1964, he became one of the AL's premier sluggers, leading the league in home runs (1968, 1970) and RBIs (1970). In 1968 he set a record by hitting 10 home runs in just 20 at bats. A 4-time All-Star (1968-1971), he managed the San Diego Padres and New York Mets in the early 1980s. Utility infielder PHIL LINZ, who won two World Series rings while playing with the New York Yankees (1962-1965), played his final two seasons with the Mets (1967-1968). Worn. Creased. Toned. Soiled. 4-inch tear from right edge to center.

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