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On April 15, 1947, Jackie Robinson changed the game of baseball forever. Paving the way for other ethnicities to play in the Major Leagues, Robinson broke baseball's color barrier when he started at 1st base for the Brooklyn Dodgers. Playing through racial hate and death threats, Robinson stayed calm and let his play do the talking. Robinson would go on to win the batting title and National League Most Valuable Player Award just 2 years later. By the time his career was over, Robinson was a 6-time all-star and World Series champion that won over the hearts of millions of fans across the country. Jackie was inducted into Cooperstown in 1962 and after this season nobody will ever wear the #42 that graced his back during his impressive nine year career. This 3x5 index card has been signed by Robinson with the inscription "Best Wishes". This very bold blue signature has been authenticated and encapsulated by JSA. Matted with gorgeous dodger blue suede, the signature has been framed with two famous 8x10 photos of Robinson. The Brooklyn logo and Jackies "42" are present on the matting and this cherry wood frame has been topped with museum quality non glare UV glass to protect the piece from ever fading. A stunning piece of baseball history and one of the nicest Jackie pieces that you will see.
Jackie Robinson Boldly Signed 3x5 Index Card In Framed Display
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Minimum Bid: $300.00
Final prices include buyers premium.: $1,115.08
Number Bids: 13
Auction closed on Saturday, November 2, 2013.
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