Official Reach American League (Cronin) baseball signed in ballpoint on the sweet spot and side panels by Jimmie Foxx, Frank Frisch, Zach Wheat, Ray Schalk (sweet spot), Max Carey (sweet spot), Heinie Manush, Lloyd Waner, Bob Feller, Edd Roush, Luke Appling, sportswriter Fred Lieb, and comedian Joe E. Brown. A "1967" notation is penned over the league stamp. In fine condition, with Carey's signature light but legible. An extraordinary combination of big league legends, with the addition of two notable contributors to the game—a longtime member of the BWAA, Lieb is credited with coining the term 'The House that Ruth Built' in reference to Yankee Stadium, and Brown was renowned as one of Hollywood's biggest baseball fans.
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