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A John Franklin "Home Run" Baker autographed ball along with the actual 1st Home Run ball that Baker hit after becoming a Yankee on May 15th, 1916. Louis Cardinals autographed ball as they were know as the "Gashouse Gang" this includes the signatures of the famed brothers Dizzy and Daffy Dean. The 1942 Movie, "Pride of the Yankees"..a baseball signed by Gary Cooper ( played Lou Gehrig ), Babe Ruth and Bill Dickey ( played themselves ), Walter Brennan and other stars from that movie. Mickey Charles Mantle, Sanford Sandy Koufax, Joseph Paul Di Maggio, Theodore Samuel Williams and Lawrence Peter Berra. Pertersburg Museum of History on loan there till the year 2032. The ball is also inscribed and signed ..." With appreciation, Eleanor Gehrig". Not only a Roberto Clemente but a ball signed by his wife Vera and his three sons Luis, Enrique and Roberto Jr. The disease forced him to retire at age 36 and was the cause of his death two years later.The pathos of his farewell from baseball was capped off by his iconic 1939 "Luckiest Man on the Face of the Earth" speech at Yankee Stadium.Looking back at the original coverage, it seems apparent that the writers in attendance thought Gehrig's words would not have much importance or meaning.No two of them wrote them down in the same way, as if it was only after they had realized the resonance of what they had heard and were left scrambling to recall it correctly.He was an All-Star seven consecutive times, and a member of six World Series champion teams.

In the second, ''A Love Affair,'' she was played by Blythe Danner.

This is the largest private autographed baseball collection in the world. There were 26 members inducted however only eleven were alive and there.

One ball I call "Priceless" was generated when in 1939 they opened the Baseball Hall of Fame.

Maybe what occurred between Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig on that day has become just a detail instead of the focal point of the story because there's nothing you can read, no recording you can hear, just a picture you can look at, and in this case the picture doesn't tell the whole story.

Yet, there are times when a simple embrace can be more eloquent than any arrangement of words.