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Q: Who's signature is printed on a major league baseball?
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Baseballs such as the ones used in the early days of baseball like the "lemon Peal" style can be worth 1,000's of dollars.Official Major League baseballs can have a high value depending on the era the baseball was made and the condition. You need to identify the type of baseball and the age to find a value. Official Major League baseballs can be dated by identifying the League president's signature that is printed on the ball.


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The most preferred baseball to have a player sign would be an Official Major League baseball from the League the player played in, that was used during the ballplayers playing days. The older baseballs could be dated by the signature of the League President stamped on the ball.For example: Willie Mays played from 1951-1973. If you were planning to acquire a Willie Mays signature you would try to find a 1951-1969 Warren Giles Official national League Baseball. The baseball alone would cost you about $200. but it would also add value to your signature. You can also opt to go with a 1970-1986 Charles Feeny Official National League Baseball which was used at the end of Mays' career. This ball would cost you about $60. Your next choice should be an Official Major League baseball made after his playing days. This would be acceptable as well. The same would be for team signed baseballs. A team from the 1980s, a 1980s baseball. (same League) The bottom line use a clean white baseball. The condition of the baseball used will be a major factor on the value of the signature.


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Babe Ruth signed a lot of baseballs, and most items signed were items that were readily available. I'm sure he has signed more than one Little League baseball, as coming across a group of kids signing the baseball they had in hand. As far as value a Major League baseball used during Ruth's day would be most desired for the signature and would sell at a higher value than a signed Little League baseball in the same condition. The bottom line: Regardless of the type of baseball signed, the condition, and the display of the signature will hold the bulk of the value, along with the type of authenticity that accompanies the signature.


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