Harold Pie Traynor Full Name Signed 1925 National League Baseball PSA DNA COA
An unheralded HOFer Harold Pie Traynor was considered by many baseball historians to be the finest third baseman in baseball history until Brett and Schmidt came up in the 1970s. Traynor died in 1972 and signed many 3x5s and smaller flats through the mail from the 1950s onward, single signed balls were naturally much scarcer. The offered ball is special, aside from being a very desirable single, as it is on a clean Official National League (John Heydler) ball. This ball was signed in 1920's making it 40 years earlier than the other few Pie Traynor singles that trade! The offered ball is remarkably clean and nice, it has a Harold Pie Traynor fountain pen signature on the sweet spot. He signed it when he was actually playing for the Pirates. I cannot imagine that more than a handful, if that, of Traynor singles this early still exist. Comes with full letter COA from PSA DNA.