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THE LOS ANGELES DODGERS - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED BASEBALL CIRCA 1974 CO-SIGNED BY: TOMMY JOHN, DON SUTTON, ANDY MESSERSMITH, DAVEY LOPES, AL "LITTLE AL" DOWNING, JIM BREWER, WILLIE CRAWFORD, GAIL HOPKINS, BILL "BILLY BUCKS" BUCKNER, GREG (PAUL) SHANAHAN, KEVIN PASLEY, TOM PACIOREK, KEN McMULLEN, RON CEY, MANNY MOTA, WALTER E. "SMOKEY" ALSTON, JOE FERGUSON, STAN WALL, STEVE GARVEY, STEVE YEAGER, JIMMY WYNN - HFSID 165023

The manager and 19 players from the Dodgers team which lost the 1974 World Series sign this Rawlings Official National League Baseball (Feeney), signed by Hall of Famers Sutton and Alston

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1974 LOS ANGELES DODGERS

The manager and 19 players from the Dodgers team which lost the 1974 World Series sign this Rawlings Official National League Baseball (Feeney), signed by Hall of Famers Sutton and Alston

Baseball signed: "Walter Alston" as Manager, "Manny Mota", "Ken McMullen", "Tom Pallorek", "Kevin Pasley", "Steve Garvey", "Don Sutton", "Joe Ferguson", "Jimmy Wynn", "Steve Yeager", "Andy Messersmith", "Gail Hopkins", "Willie Crawford", "Bill Buckner", "Ron Cey", "Jim Brewer", "Stan Wall", "Greg Shanahan", "Davey Lopes", "Tommy John" and "Al Downing". Rawlings Official National League Baseball, Charles S. Feeney, President. The 1974 Los Angeles Dodgers finished the season with a record of 102-60, finishing first in the National League West. They went on to defeat the Pittsburgh Pirates in a 3-1 series in the National League Championship gaining their way to play in the 1974 World Series. The Dodgers played the World Series against fellow California squad the Oakland Athletics but were defeated 4 games to1. Three time National League Manager of the Year and Hall of Famer WALTER ALSTON managed the Brooklyn and Los Angeles Dodgers for 23 years (1954-1976), winning seven pennants and four World Series (1955, 1959, 1963, 1965). Hall of Famer DON SUTTON began his career with the Dodgers when he was 21, and ended it back in Los Angeles 22 years later. The pitcher had a career record of 324-256 with a total of 3,574 strikeouts. Pitcher Stan Wall did not play on the 1974 team, but began his career with the Dodgers in 1975 and played in Los Angeles until 1977. Lightly toned. Otherwise, fine condition.

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