If you’re a Babe Ruth fan you’ll really like this affordable piece of baseball memorabilia. Pictured here is a vintage 1930s baseball glove endorsed by Babe Ruth. It’s a Spalding mitt with faint impressed mark on glove and original brass button. It appears to be in great condition with no tears rips, stains, etc. The Babe Ruth signature is strong on the lower right side.
This mitt has no finger laces as expected for this time period and is the larger size at about 11 inches wide and 10 inches high. This glove is available on eBay with a buy it now price of $1,750 and the seller has 100% positive feedback.
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Take a look at this authentic jersey worn by Brooks Robinson while he played for the 1977 Orioles. His autograph was obtained and is in clear blue ink on the front of the jersey. Brooks Robinson played for the Baltimore Orioles and was a member of the 1966 and 1970 World Champion teams. Brooks is also a member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame. Although we doubt you would actually wear this jersey, the size is a 42 and produced by Rawlings. This jersey is available on eBay for $14,995.
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Take a look at this great deal on a baseball autographed by Babe Ruth along with 6 other White Sox hall of famers.
This Official American Association ball has the autographs of 6 fellow Hall of Famers all Chicago White Sox and was likely signed in 1947. Ruth’s resplendent blue-ink signature (“5-6”) beams—like only his scripting could—on a ball that reveals evidence of light use. When it comes to the term presents as single signed it is used and most would feel overused. This ball meets and is likely the definition of the term. While with technology lighting JSA is able to identify 14 total autographs including fellow Hall of Famers : Appling, Faber, Lyons, Schalk, Boudeau and Red Ruffing, they have long faded away and left only Ruth on the Sweet Spot as the ball appears (presents as single signed). This Babe Ruth signed baseball is accompanied by a LOA from James Spence Authentication and has no removals, trace overs or clubhouse signatures.
This outstanding piece of baseball history is priced at $5699 on eBay or best offer and is one of the best we’ve seen in this price range.
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Take a look at this outstanding 1931 first generation wire photograph of Babe Ruth. This photo shows Babe Ruth being carried off the field with an injury during the opening game of the 1931 season against the Boston Red Sox. The wire service is NEA Service, Inc. New York and the photograph is dated May 2, 1931.
The back of the photo says the following: “CARRING THE INJURED BABE FROM THE FIELD an injury to the left leg of Babe Ruth, reported a torn ligament, marred the official opening of the American League season in Boston, Mass. A series of mishaps, climaxed by his collapse in the sixth inning as he was chasing a two base hit from the bat of Oliver, Boston Red Sox outfielder, put the Yankee Slugger out of the game, and into the hospital. Despite the loss of the Bam, who may be out for a week or two, the Yanks won from the Sox. This picture telephotoed from Boston, shows the Babe being carried into the dressing room.
This wire photo is offered by SportscardsNart on eBay with a buy it now price of $4,995.
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Take a look at these seats that were removed and sold by United Housewrecking in the 1970’s during the renovation of Yankee Stadium. Although they didn’t include any certification the seller left them unpainted so you can see the layers of paint used by the Yankees throughout the years.
They are in the same condition as they were the last time a fan sat in them. The seats have brackets so they sit as if in the Stadium. Don’t get these mixed up with the newer seats being sold as “Old Yankee Stadium Seats”. I’m sure people sat in these seats to watch Mickey Mantle, Roger Maris, and Joe Dimaggio. It’s also possible they watched Lou Gehrig and maybe even Babe Ruth. Of course they were there for people like Ted Williams and Willie Mays (World Series) too.
They are available on eBay with a starting bid of just $1,490.
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