1926 St. Louis Cardinals World Series Champs Team Signed Baseball PSA DNA RARE


It's a season best remembered for Grover Cleveland Alexander's drunken strike out of Tony Lazzeri with the bases loaded in Game Seven to preserve a one-run Cardinals lead that would stand until the final out, the Yankees' final Fall Classic loss of the decade. The Hall of Fame pitcher appears on the sweet spot of the provided Official National League (Heydler) ball signed on July 30, 1926, according to a notation on the ball, matching a 5-2 victory over the Giants at the Polo Grounds. Fellow Hall of Famers Billy Southworth, Jesse Haines and Jim Bottomley appear among the twenty-five autographs, along with notables like Killefer, Bell, Toporcer, O'Farrell and Thevenow.Full LOA from Beckett Authentication Services. Full LOA from PSA/DNA.


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