THE BOSTON BRAVES - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED BASEBALL CIRCA 1948 CO-SIGNED BY: TOMMY HOLMES, FRED "FAT FREDDIE" FITZSIMMONS, JOHNNY SAIN, BILLY SOUTHWORTH, NELSON POTTER, SIBBY (SEBASTIAN DANIEL) SISTI, PHIL MASI, EDDIE "THE BRAT" STANKY, JOHN AUGUST ANTONELLI, BILL "BIG BILL" VOISELLE, BILL SALKELD, CHARLES "RED" BARRETT, ERNIE WHITE, FRANK "BUCK" McCORMICK, JOHNNY COONEY, BOB "MR. TEAM" ELLIOTT, EARL TORGESON, CLYDE "HARDROCK" SHOUN, JIM RUSSELL, VERN BICKFORD, CONNIE (CORNELIUS) RYAN, ALVIN "AL" DARK, WARREN SPAHN, MIKE (MYRON WINTHROP) MCCORMICK - HFSID 102548
1948 NATIONAL LEAGUE CHAMPION BOSTON BRAVES This baseball was signed by 24 members of the 1948 National League champion Boston Braves. The Braves were defeated in the World Series four games to two by the Cleveland Indians that year. Official National League Ford C.
Sale Price $1,440.00
1948 NATIONAL LEAGUE CHAMPION BOSTON BRAVES
This baseball was signed by 24 members of the 1948 National League champion Boston Braves. The Braves were defeated in the World Series four games to two by the Cleveland Indians that year.
Official National League Ford C. Frick Baseball signed in black ink by the following members of the 1948 National League champion Boston Braves: Alvin Dark, Mike McCormick, Johnny Sain, Sibby Sisti, Nelson Potter, Eddie Stanky, Tommy Holmes, Phil Masi, Billy Southworth, Fred Fitzsimmons, John Antonelli, Bill Voiselle, Bill Salkheld, Bob Elliott, Red Barrett, Ernie White, Frank McCormick, Johnny Cooney, Clyde Shoun, Jim Russell, Vern Bickford, Warren Spahn, Earl Torgeson, Connie Ryan and one unidentified signature. The Boston Braves (1871-1952), which became the Milwaukee Braves for 13 years before becoming today's Atlanta Braves, is the longest continuously active team in baseball history. In 1948, the cry of "Spahn and Sain and two days of rain" was first heard, as WARREN SPAHN and JOHNNY SAIN won 39 games to help the team win the National League pennant. The Braves were defeated by the Cleveland Indians in the 1948 World Series. 25 signatures in all. Lightly soiled. Minor surface bumps. Some signatures faint but legible. Otherwise in fine condition. Presented in Gallery of History pedestal style: 6½x6½x2¼ base; 3x3x3 display case.
Following offer submission users will be contacted at their account email address within 48 hours. Our response will be to accept your offer, decline your offer or send you a final counteroffer. All offers can be viewed from within the "Document Offers" area of your HistoryForSale account. Please review the Make Offer Terms prior to making an offer.
If you have not received an offer acceptance or counter-offer email within 24-hours please check your spam/junk email folder.