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Old 06-08-2018, 05:13 PM
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Default 26 clubhouse signatures?!

At what point does it just become a forgery? Did the batboy really sign the entire ball or did JSA get a few of these wrong?

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I'm not sure, but "the Clemente looks close, but JSA says no"... Looks close to what? My 6 year old nephew writing ROBERTO CLEMENTE?
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At what point does it just become a forgery? Did the batboy really sign the entire ball or did JSA get a few of these wrong?

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There is a bunch of Dodger baseballs from the 1950s that are completely clubhouse signed
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I once had a 50's Dodgers signed scorecard that PSA said all but 1 out of around 30 were clubhouse sigs. There is an article about a famous clubhouse guy who signed the entire Dodger team on some items. Maybe someone can dig that up.
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Old 06-11-2018, 05:04 PM
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I once had a 50's Dodgers signed scorecard that PSA said all but 1 out of around 30 were clubhouse sigs. There is an article about a famous clubhouse guy who signed the entire Dodger team on some items. Maybe someone can dig that up.
https://www.psacard.com/articles/art...row-digiovanna
He's even on a card.
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That's the guy! Thanks for posting that article. Hope that answers the question "can 26 sigs all be clubhouse?" I guess so!
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While not relevant to the Brooklyn/LA Dodgers, I can attest to the time I worked in MLB in the 80's and saw the marketing team forge baseball after baseball of the team's star players to give away to the demanding sponsors and just about anyone who asked for a "little something more" than what they were getting for their sponsorship dollars. I am not talking just a few baseballs but probably a few dozen a week left the marketing department and not the clubhouse.
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