1965 Los Angeles Dodgers World Champions Team Signed Baseball PSA/DNA
With the New York Yankees having endured their first losing campaign in 40 years, the National League champion Los Angeles Dodgers focused elsewhere as October of '65 approached. While the Bronx Bombers had been the Dodgers' opponent in eight of the latter's nine World Series appearances (dating back to 1941), the '65 Junior Circuit titlists hailed from Minnesota, where remnants of the original Washington Senators franchise advanced to the World Series. Holding the Twins to a paltry .195 team average, the Dodgers prevailed in a seven-game Fall Classic. Astonishing in its flawless preservation, the presented ONL (Giles) ball continues its residence within a small cardboard cube bearing a mailing label from Philadelphia's Connie Mack Stadium and a June 11, 1965 postmark. Evidently dating to a visit to the Phillies ballpark, the ball provides twenty-eight beautiful blue ink signatures from the World Champs, notably Koufax, Alston, Drysdale, Wills, Fairly, Moon, Gilliam, Parker, Lefebvre and more. A simply remarkable specimen from Koufax' finest hour. This item comes with a Letter of Authenticity from PSA/DNA.
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