HANK AARON - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED BASEBALL CO-SIGNED BY: RICKEY HENDERSON, PETE ROSE, NOLAN RYAN - HFSID 293066
HANK AARON, NOLAN RYAN, PETE ROSE and RICKEY HENDERSON National League (Coleman) baseball with an overall rating of 8, signed by the four superstars, encased in PSA/DNA cube with authentication label and an overall grade of 8. Baseball signed: "Hank Aaron" (sweet spot), "Pete Rose", "Nolan Ryan", "Rickey Henderson".
Sale Price $680.00
HANK AARON, NOLAN RYAN, PETE ROSE and RICKEY HENDERSON
National League (Coleman) baseball with an overall rating of 8, signed by the four superstars, encased in PSA/DNA cube with authentication label and an overall grade of 8.
Baseball signed: "Hank Aaron" (sweet spot), "Pete Rose", "Nolan Ryan", "Rickey Henderson". Rawlings Official National League Baseball, Leonard S. Coleman, President. With PSA/DNA sticker and Letter of Authenticity (#O04527). Hall of Famer HANK AARON (b. 1934) played for the Braves in Milwaukee (1954-1965) and Atlanta (1966-1974). He held the record for most career home runs (755) from 1974, when he topped Babe Ruth, until 2007, when Barry Bonds edged him out to reach 762. There was much more to Hammerin' Hank. However, than home runs. He also set all-time marks for the most games, at bats, total bases and RBI's; and his batting average over 23 seasons was .305-indications of the all-around ability of this quiet man from Mobile. The N.L. MVP in 1957, he appeared in a record 24 All-Star contests with the Braves (Milwaukee and Atlanta) and Brewers. NOLAN RYAN (b. 1947) dominated hitters for an unparalleled 27 seasons. Ryan has more strikeouts (5,714), pitched more no-hitters (seven) and played more seasons (27) than anyone in baseball history. He retired after winning 324 games. He was elected to the Hall of Fame in 1999, his first year of eligibility, receiving 98.79% of the votes cast. Ryan, who had begun as a New York Met and moved on to the California Angels, spent his last 14 seasons in Texas with the Houston Astros (1980-1988) and Texas Rangers (1989-1993). PETE ROSE (b. 1941), baseball's career leader in hits (4,256), singles, at bats and games played, had more than 200 hits in a season ten times. Nicknamed "Charlie Hustle", the 17-time All-Star during a 24-year major league career (1963-1986) went on to manage the Cincinnati Reds (1984-1989), the team with which he had starred four of his six World Series. Allegations of betting on baseball resulted in an agreement between Rose and Baseball Commissioner A. Bartlett Giamatti (1989 August 23) under which Rose was declared "permanently ineligible" to participate in Major League baseball (and hence ineligible to appear on the Hall of Fame ballot). (Giamatti died suddenly one week later of a heart attack.) Under the agreement, Rose acknowledged that Giamatti had a "factual basis to impose the penalty", but neither affirmed nor denied that he had bet on baseball. In a remarkable 25 year career with seven teams in both leagues, RICKEY HENDERSON (b. 1958) stole a record 1406 bases, shattering Lou Brock's record of 938. His 130 stolen bases in 1982 broke Brock's single-season record of 118. With 2,295 runs, Henderson also broke Ty Cobb's record of 2,245 runs scored. The greatest leadoff hitter in baseball history (81 home runs) and a member of the 3,000 hit club (3,055). In 2009 he was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame. JSA Authentication sticker affixed. PSA/DNA overall grade: 8. Autograph grade: 8. Baseball grade: 8.
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