THE CHICAGO WHITE SOX - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED BASEBALL CIRCA 1969 CO-SIGNED BY: TOMMY JOHN, BOB LOCKER, JERRY McNERTNEY, JACK "FAT JACK" FISHER, GARY PETERS, JOE HORLEN, RAY (RAYMOND) BERRES, RON DAVIS, LUIS APARICIO, TIM CULLEN, BOB PRIDDY, WALT "NO-NECK" WILLIAMS, GAIL HOPKINS, CISCO CARLOS, DUANE "JOSIE" JOSEPHSON, DICK KENWORTHY, LEE LOPEZ, HOYT (JAMES) WILHELM, DON McMAHON, PETE WARD, WILBUR WOOD, KEN BERRY, WAYNE CAUSEY, AL LOPEZ - HFSID 137713
1969 CHICAGO WHITE SOX 27 Signatures from the 1969 Chicago White Sox including Al Lopez, Cisco Carlos and Luis Aparicio. Baseball signed: "Ray Beeres," "Pete Ward", "Bob Priddy",
Sale Price $722.50
1969 CHICAGO WHITE SOX
27 Signatures from the 1969 Chicago White Sox including Al Lopez, Cisco Carlos and Luis Aparicio.
Baseball signed: "Ray Beeres," "Pete Ward", "Bob Priddy", "Gary Peters", " Lee Lopez", "Don McMahon", "Luis Aparicio", "Wilbur Wood", "Tommy John", "Bob Locker", "Hoyt Wilhelm", "Ken Berry", "Joe Horlen", "Al Lopez", "Gail Hopkins", "Cisco Carlos", "Duane Josephson", "Wayne Causey", "Tim Cullen", "Dick Kenworthy", " Jerry McNertney", "Ron Davis", "Jack Fisher", "Walt Williams" and 3 others. 27 signatures total. Official Baseball of the American League. The 1969 Chicago White Sox went 68-94, finishing 5th place and 29 games behind first place Minnesota Twins. That year the White Sox faced a franchise fallout when owner Arthur Allyn, Jr. considered moving the team to County Stadium in response to attractive bids from Bud Selig and other owners in Milwaukee. In the end, Allyn chose not to relocate the franchise, and they've remained in Chicago ever since. Amongst signers is Hall of Famer Luis Aparicio (b.1934), the first Venezuelan to win the Rookie of the Year Award and 9x stolen base champion. Aparicio, who debuted in the MLB with the White Sox in 1956 (winning Rookie of the Year), returned to Chicago during the 1968 season. He stayed until 1970 when he was traded to the Red Sox. The Chicago White Sox retired his jersey number 11 upon his induction into the Hall of Fame in 1984. Lightly soiled. Signatures faint but legible. Otherwise, fine condition.
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