The Pinstripe Dynasty Collection


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This lot is closed for bidding. Bidding ended on 6/23/2019

The 1972 N.Y. Yankees finished 6.5 games back of the Detroit Tigers in the AL East with a record of 79-76. Reserve outfielder Felipe Alou reached two career milestones that year: 2,000 hits and his 200 home runs. On July 22, Mickey Mantle and Joe DiMaggio showed up for Old Timer’s Day at Yankees Stadium. This team-signed Wilson All-Star ball as 20 authentic signatures including Alou, Thurman Munson (6/10), Bobby Murcer, Gene Michael, Sparky Lyle, Roy White, Fritz Peterson (SS), B. Allen, Blasingame, Blomberg, Callison, Clarke, Ellis, Kenny, Lanier, McDaniel, Sanchez, Swoboda and Torres (twice). Ball is EX and black ink autographs average 6/10. Manager Ralph Houk (twice) and Mel Stottlemyre are deemed Clubhouse. Full LOA from PSA/DNA (AG02525).

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