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Array of autographed baseballs, 1950s-80s For a baseball fan, getting a ball signed by a favorite player can be the ultimate thrill. Autographed balls also become valuable collector's items, with certain signatures fetching very high prices. The Smithsonian's sports history collection includes baseballs signed by many noted players. Some have come from memorabilia dealers, others from the fans who collected them.

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Babe Ruth & Lou Gehrig Autographed Baseball. How cool would it be to have this!

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Texas Rangers starting pitcher Yu Darvish (11) hands an autographed baseball to Cole Wollis, 7, of Mansfield, Texas, on the pitcher's mound prior to the start of a baseball game against the Oakland Athletics on Sunday, July 1, 2012, in Arlington, Texas. ?(AP Photo/John F. Rhodes) game 80

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Whitey Ford, New York Yankees

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Trea Turner Washington Nationals Autographed Baseball - Fanatics Authentic Certified - Autographed Baseballs

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from Etsy

30 Baseball Display Case

30 Baseball Display Case. $39.99, via Etsy.

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Phil Niekro Autographed Baseball w/ HOF 97 Inscription - PSA/DNA - Sports Memorabilia

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Corey Seager Bobblehead ** Dodgers Blue Heaven: Giants Series Starts Tuesday - Dodgers Autographs, Stadium Giveaways, Pregame Info and Other Stuff!

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from SportsMemorabilia.com

Mike Piazza Mets Signed Baseballs

Mike Piazza Autographed Baseball - JSA #SportsMemorabilia #NewYorkMets #SweetSpot

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Babe Ruth baseball. Saw a signed Babe Ruth bat at the Bob Feller Museum in Iowa!

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