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Christie’s Ready to Hit a Home Run with Beloved Baseball Memorabilia

The ball that Pittsburgh Pirate Fred Clarke caught to end the 1909 World Series The biggest collection of its kind to cross the block in 15 years spans the history of the game… Viju Mathew
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