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Baseball HOFer Signed Hardcover Book Lot of (40) With Musial and T. Williams - All JSA

Lot Number 379

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While their on-field performances spoke volumes, the big league legends featured in this lot of (40) hardcover books gave biographical accounts of their careers and proceeded to sign these published volumes. Executed on the fly leafs or title pages, the autographs average (“9”) potency. Includes: S. Anderson, Ashburn, Banks, Berra, Boudreau, Brock, Bunning, Conlan, Doby, Durocher, Ford, B. Gibson, Kaline, Killebrew, Lasorda, Lemon, Leonard, A. Lopez, MacPhail, Marichal, Mathews, Mazeroski, Musial, Newhouser, P. Niekro, G. Perry, Rizzuto, Roberts, B. Robinson, F. Robinson, Schoendienst, Slaughter, Snider, Spahn, Weaver, B. Williams, D. Williams, T. Williams (full JSA), Winfield and Palmer/Weaver. Books present nicely with original dust jackets intact. Individual JSA certs/stickers. More on our website.

Sparky Anderson: Sparky! (1990, Prentice Hall Press)

Richie Ashburn: The Richie Ashburn Story (1960, Julian Messner)

Ernie Banks: Mr. Cub (1971, Follett Publishing Company)

Yogi Berra: Yogi (1961, Doubleday & Company)

Lou Boudreau: Player-Manager (1949, Little, Brown and Company)

Lou Brock: Stealing is my Game (1976, Prentice-Hall)

Jim Bunning: The Story of Jim Bunning (1965, L.B. Lippincott)

Jocko Conlan: Jocko (1967, J.B. Lippincott Company)

Larry Doby: Pride Against Prejudice (1988, Greenwood Press; no dust jacket)

Leo Durocher: Nice Guys Finish Last (1975, Simon and Schuster)

Whitey Ford: Slick (1987, William Morrow and Company; signed and inscribed “Slick”)

Bob Gibson: From Ghetto to Glory (1968, Prentice-Hall)

Al Kaline: The Al Kaline Story (1964, Julian Messner)

Harmon Killebrew: Harmon Killebrew Baseball’s Superstar (1971, Deseret Book Company

Tom Lasorda: The Artful Dodger (1985, Arbor Books; signed and personalized)

Bob Lemon: Bob Lemon: The Work Horse (1951, A.S. Barnes and Company)

Buck Leonard: Buck Leonard: The Black Lou Gehrig (1995, Carroll & Graf Publishers)

Al Lopez: The Life of Baseball’s El Senor (1999, McFarland & Company; soft cover edition, signed and personalized)

Lee MacPhail: My 9 Innings (1989, Meckler Books)

Juan Marichal: A Pitcher’s Story (1967, Doubleday & Company)

Eddie Mathews: Eddie Mathews and the National Pastime (1994, Douglas American Sports Publications)

Bill Mazeroski: Twin Killing: The Bill Mazeroski Story (1995, Esmerelda Press; signed by author John Bird, as well)

Stan Musial: Stan The Man Musial: Born to be a Ballplayer (1994, Taylor Publishing Company)

Hal Newhouser: A Tiger in His Time (1990, Diamond Communications)

Phil Niekro: Knuckle Balls (1986, Freundlich Books)

Gaylord Perry: Me and the Spitter (1974, Saturday Review press)

Phil Rizzuto: The Scooter (1982, Charles Scribner’s Sons)

Robin Roberts: My Life in Baseball (2003, Triumph Books)

Brooks Robinson: Third Base is My Home (1974, Word Books)

Frank Robinson: My Life Is Baseball (1975, Doubleday & Company)

Red Schoendienst: The man Who Fought Back (1961, Julian Messner; signed and inscribed “H-O-F-1989”)

Enos Slaughter: Country Hardball (1991, Tudor Publishers)

Duke Snider: The Duke of Flatbush (1988, Zebra Books)

Warren Spahn: The Warren Spahn Story (1958, Julian Messner)

Earl Weaver: It’s What You Learn After You Know It All That Counts (1982, Doubleday & Company; signed by Weaver twice and by co-author Berry Stainback once)

Billy Williams: Billy: The Classic Hitter (1974, Rand McNally)

Dick Williams: No More Mr. Nice Guy (1990, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich)

Ted Williams: Ted Williams: The Seasons of the Kid (1991, Prentice Hall Press; full photo LOA from JSA)

Dave Winfield: Winfield: A Player’s Life (1988, W.W. Norton & Company)

Jim Palmer/Earl Weaver: Palmer and Weaver: Together We Were Eleven Foot Nine (1996, Andrews and McMeel; signed by both Palmer and Weaver, Palmer has inscribed “HOF 1990”)

 
 
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