Baseball’s winningest team in the 1970s, the Cincinnati Reds secured two World Series titles, four pennants and six division crowns. These (3) ONL baseballs have been autographed by “Big Red Machine” stars. Signatures average (“8-9”) strength with highlights including an ONL Feeney ball (shellacked, grade “6”) signed by (32) members of the 1973 N.L. West championship team with Anderson, Bench and Rose; and (2) clean ONL White orbs (both grade “9”) with 1970s heroes with Bench, Foster, Morgan, Perez and Rose. Auction LOA from JSA. More on our website.
1973 National League West Champions a creamy ONL Feeney ball with a uniform coat of shellac. Signed in blue ballpoint by: Sweet Spot Anderson (manager) and Driessen; North Panel Tolan, Billingham, Shepard (coach), McGlothlin, Carroll, Gullett, unidentified and Hague; South Panel Concepcion, Rose, Chaney, Menke, Morgan, Hall, Stahl and Grammas (coach); West Panel Nelson, Geronimo, unidentified, Scherger (coach), Kluszewski (coach), Bench, Gagliano and King; East Panel Grimsley, Sprague, Plummer, Perez and Armbrister; Reverse Sweet Spot Griffey
Big Red Machine clean white ONL White baseballs with: Sweet Spot Bench; North Panel MeEnaney and Griffey; South Panel Foster, Gullett and Morgan; West Panel Rose and Perez; East Panel Geronimo, Billingham and Concepcion
Big Red Machine clean white ONL White with: Sweet Sport Rose; North Panel Morgan; South Panel Foster; West Panel Perez; East Panel Concepcion