Babe Ruth Dizzy Dean Signed Boys Baseball Glove Great History JSA For Sale
Babe Ruth Dizzy Dean Signed Boys Baseball Glove Great History JSA:
Babe Ruth Dizzy Dean Signed Boys Baseball Glove
Here is a very unique historically significant Babe Ruth signed piece. It is a boy’s genuine leather glove signed by Babe Ruth and Dizzy Dean. The other key signatures are Bob Brown and Jerry Gruenwald. This glove was signed at one of the most significant Spring Training games. On March 20, 1935 in St. Petersburg, Florida the Boston Braves faced the St. Louis Cardinals. This was the first time Ruth had ever faced Dizzy Dean and Dizzy didn’t like the Babe coming to the National League quoted saying, “He [Ruth] made all his money in the American League so why doesn't he stay there... I don't believe he was ever worth $80,000 a year." Further stating, “Why come over to the National League to knock a guy out of a job? I resent Ruth coming to the National League....I am going to pan him every time I see him in a National League Park.” which was just 3 weeks before this meeting happened. Dizzy ended up not allowing a hit to Ruth and the 2 were seen shaking hands after the game putting the feud behind them. It is a great story to go along with the glove.
It comes fully authenticated by JSA.
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