Individual Hall of Famers, superstars and pennant contending teams have all endorsed these (12) baseballs. The orbs range from clean white (grade “8”) to medium-toned (grade “4”) examples with signature strength varying. Keys include: Single-Signed Perez, Ryan, D. Williams and Weaver; Team-Signed 1964 Los Angeles Dodgers ball signed by (28) with Alston, Drysdale, Durocher and Koufax (full JSA). Individual certs/stickers from JSA (for 7 single-signed).More on our website.
Walt Masterson very mildly toned Official Carolina League (Mills) ball (grade “7-8”) signed on a side panel (“7” strength); basic cert/sticker from JSA
Lee May mildly toned unofficial ball (grade “7-8”) signed between the trademark panels in black ink (‘7” strength); basic cert/sticker from JSA
Tony Perez medium-toned OAL MacPhail ball (grade “5”) signed on a side panel in black ballpoint (“8” strength); basic cert/sticker from JSA
Bill Ripken lightly toned OAL Brown ball (grade “6-7”) signed on the sweet spot in blue ballpoint (“8-9” strength)
Nolan Ryan mildly toned OAL Brown ball (grade “6-7”) signed on the sweet spot in blue ballpoint (“8-9” strength); basic cert/sticker from JSA
Bob Turley very mildly toned unofficial ball (grade “8”) signed on the sweet spot in blue ballpoint (“8-9” strength); basic cert/sticker from JSA
Earl Weaver clean off-white OAL Cronin ball (grade “8”) signed on the sweet spot in blue ballpoint (“8” strength)
Dick Williams lightly toned OAL MacPhail ball (grade “6”) signed on the sweet spot in black ballpoint (“7-8”); basic cert/sticker from JSA
1964 Los Angeles Dodgers an off-white team-issued souvenir ball (grade “6”) with (28) black ballpoint signatures (average “4-5” strength), including: Sweet Spot Alston (manager) and Durocher (coach); North Panel Fairly, F. Howard, Brewer, Torborg, Moon, B. Miller and Moeller; South Panel Werhas, Roseboro, Tracewski, Ortega, Parker, Willhite and Podres; West Panel Wills, McMullen, unidentified, Drysdale, Purdin, Walls and W. Davis; East Panel Crawford, Koufax, Richert, Perranoski and T. Davis. (full photo LOA from JSA)
1964 Detroit Tigers an off-white team-issued souvenir ball (grade “6”) signed in various writing instruments by (22). Some signatures have faded into obscurity, with legible scriptings averaging (“5-6”) quality. Among the discernible autographs are: Aquirre, Bruton, Cash, Freehan, Gladding, Goldy, Horton, Kaline, Lary, Lumpe, Mullin (coach), Overmire (coach), Thomas and Wood.
1966 World Champion Baltimore Orioles an off-white unofficial sphere (grade “5”) signed in various ballpoint writing utensils (average “5” strength) with legible signatures including: Adair, Bauer (manager), Bertaina, Blair, Blefary, Bowen, Brecheen (coach), Carreon, Hall, Hunter (coach), J. Miller, Powell, Snyder and Watt.
1979 National League West Champion Cincinnati Reds a darkly toned ONL Feeney bal (grade ‘4”) signed in black or blue ballpoint (average “4” strength, with a few nicer), with legible signatures including: Bench, Bonham, Concepcion, Dunlop (coach), Fischer (coach), Foster, Griffey, Sr., Kennedy, McNamara (manager), Morgan, Nixon (coach), Plaza (coach) and Summers.
Facsimile Signature Souvenir Baseballs
Four 1960s-1970s keepsakes include a 1965 Washington Senators ball with Hodges and McCormick; 1961 New York Yankees example with Mantle and Maris; a 1976 New York Yankees ball with Hunter and Munson; and a 1969-1970 Baltimore Orioles ball (FR condition) with McNally and Palmer.