Coinciding with the first-ever cellar finish in the otherwise rich history of the New York Yankees, the 1966 Baltimore Orioles took all the marbles, holding the heavily favored Dodgers to just two runs in the entire World Series. This OAL off-white Cronin ball (grade 6) is signed in ballpoint (average 6-7 strength) by (28) members of that victorious Birds roster, with keys including: Aparicio, Bauer, Blair, Blefary, McNally, Palmer, Powell and B. Robinson. Full photo LOA from JSA. More on our website.
Sweet Spot Bauer (manager) and Brecheen (coach); North Panel Hunter (coach), D. Johnson, Bowens, B. Robinson, Fisher, Blair and Lollar (coach); South Panel Hall, Blefary, Etchebarren, Palmer, Miller and Bunker; West Panel Lau, Haney, B. Johnson, F. Robinson (clubhouse), Snyder, Brabender and Watt; East Panel McNally, Powell, Aparicio, Held, Woodling (coach), Roznovsky and Miller.
The sweet spot is also home to vintage inscriptions reading Orioles World Series 1966.