Dizzy Dean Autograph 1940's Era Baseball Glove Psa Coa St Louis Cardinals
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Dizzy Dean Autograph 1940's Era Baseball Glove Psa Coa St Louis Cardinals :
This Spalding store model glove has been signed by St. Louis Cardinals great and MLBHall of Famer,Dizzy Dean.
Dean has signed the interior pinky finger in black ink and his scripting reflects "7" quality. The glove is about VG/EX with moderate to heavy wear throughout. Dean was enshrined at Cooperstown in 1953 and passed away in 1974.A full letter of authenticity from PSA/DNA accompanies this rare find.
Dizzy Dean baseball's go for thousands $$$, but they are seen for sale in sales regularly, albeit rare.
How many times have you seen a Dizzy Dean signed glove?
This is the once in a lifetime chance to purchase through sale a Dizzy Dean signed glove that is over seventy years old, and much more rare than a Dizzy Dean signed baseball. Don't let this opportunity pass you up!Dizzy Dean
PitcherBorn: (1910-01-16)January 16, 1910
Lucas, ArkansasDied: July 17, 1974(1974-07-17) (aged 64)
Reno, NevadaBatted: RightThrew: Right MLB debutSeptember 28, 1930 for the St. Louis CardinalsLast MLB appearanceSeptember 28, 1947 for the St. Louis BrownsCareer statisticsWin–Loss record 150–83Earned run average 3.02Strikeouts 1,163Teams
- St. Louis Cardinals (1930, 1932–1937)
- Chicago Cubs (1938–1941)
- St. Louis Browns (1947)
- 4× All-Star selection (1934, 1935, 1936, 1937)
- World Series champion (1934)
- 1934 NL MVP
- St. Louis Cardinals #17 retired
Dizzy Dean is known for his pitching brilliance. In an era of greats such as Babe Ruth, Dizzy and his brother Paul, were a part of the "Gas House Gang" and wereWorld Series Champions in 1931 and 1934, bringing titles back to Sportsman's Park. If you're a fan of Stan Musial, Bob Gibson, or Cardinals history, it doesn't get better than this item.