1967 Don Wilson No-Hitter Game Used Single Signed Baseball With JSA COA RARE
On June 18, 1967, Don Wilson No-Hit the Atlanta Braves 2-0 at the Astrodome. Wilson's no-hitter was the first ever pitched either in a domed stadium or on artificial turf. Along the way, he struck out 15 batters, including the mighty Hank Aaron for the final out. From that historic game comes this game used Warren C. Giles Official National League ball. Signed in blue ballpoint pen on the sweet spot, Wilson also inscribed the ball "NO HITTER - Houston 2 - Braves - 0 June 18, 1967" on one panel and similarly on the other he wrote, "June 18, 1967 - Houston 2 - Braves 0 NO HITTER." Comes with full letter JSA COA #Z85240. Don Wilson signed baseball are practically non existent as he died at a very young age in 1975.