1929 Philadelphia Athletics A's World Series Champs Team Signed Baseball JSA COA

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As the country prospered into the late 1920s, Connie Mack went about the business of engineering one of the finest rosters ever known to the game. In accepting that talents of the Ruth-Gehrig design were firmly rooted in New York, he, among baseball's few, intended to demonstrate that the Yankees could be subdued. By 1929, all the pieces were in place, and the Athletics of Philadelphia now assaulted the summit of the American League.

Convincingly, this team marched to claim a dynasty that endured for three seasons, and had it not been for the crushing economic ice age that shortly ensued, the A’s may have evolved with a legacy as durable as New York's. In the meantime, however, there was this precious era of rejoicing. As demonstrated by this team signed Official American League E.S. Barnard baseball, the Athletics were simply awash with invincibility. 25 of them autographed this offered ball.

Notated on the ball is the date "8/1/29," approximating the hour they realized their imminent fame. Mickey Cochrane and Lefty Grove appear on the sweet spot and around the panels we note Homer Summa, Howard Ehmke, George Earnshaw, Jimmie Cronin, George Burns, Bing Miller, Ossie Orwoll, Jimmie Foxx, Max Bishop, Wally French, Joe Boley, Jack Quinn, Rube Walberg, Al Simmons, Mule Haas, Eddie Rommel, Connie Mack, Bill Shores, Lefty Yerkes, Bevo LeBourveau, Cy Perkins, Sam Hale and Jimmy Dykes. Comes with full letter with a LOA from JSA.