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1980, 1983 Philadelphia Phillies Championship Team Signed Balls Pair

Lot Number 556

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During the looong history of the Philadelphia Phillies franchise, the team made trips to the World Series in 1915 and 1950. They came the Mike Schmidt/Steve Carlton era, when the Phils began making regular postseason appearances, including returns to the “Fall Classic” in 1980 and 1983. Recall the glory of the Phils first ever championship team of 1980 led by NL MVP/WS MVP Schmidt and Cy Young winner Carlton and the NL pennant winning “Wheeze Kids” of 1983 that was headed by the Phillies dynamic duo along with a trio of former “Big Red Machine” stars making their last MLB gasp. Auction LOA from JSA.

 

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1980 World Series champions team-signed ONL/Giamatti baseball (NM) signed by (27) with average (“7-9”) potency, unless noted with:


Sweet Spot: Bob Boone, Steve Carlton


North Panel: Dick Ruthven, Marty Bystrom, Larry Christenson, Dallas Green, Kevin Saucier, Ron Reed, Larry Bowa, Ramon Aviles


South Panel: Sparky Lyle (“4-5”), Pete Rose, Greg Luzinski, Manny Trillo, George Vukovich


East Panel: Lonnie Smith, Bake McBride, Mike Schmidt, Gary Maddox, Dickie Noles, Greg Gross,


West Panel: Keith Moreland, Warren Brusstar, Randy Lerch, Tug McGraw, Del Unser, Bob Walk

 

 

 

1983 NL champions team-signed ONL/Feeney baseball (EX-MT+, slightly toned) signed by (25) with average (“7-9”) potency unless noted with:


Sweet Spot: Steve Carlton


North Panel: Joe Morgan, Al Holland, Juan Samuel, Claude Osteen, Von Hayes, Marty Bystrom


South Panel: Gary Matthews, Charlie Hudson, Ozzie Virgil Jr, Ivan DeJesus, Ron Reed, Tony Perez (“5”)


East Panel: Len Matuszek, Tug McGraw, Sixto Lezcano, Pete Rose, Gary Maddox, Paul Owens, Del Unser (“5-6”)


West Panel: Bob Dernier, Larry Christenson, Mike Schmidt, Greg Gross


Reverse Sweet Spot: Willie Hernandez (“3”)



 
 
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