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Old 01-01-2019, 08:23 PM
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Default Need to Identify 3 signatures on 1969 NL All Star ball w/31 autographs

Need help with 3 signatures on 1969 NL All Star team ball.

Panel 1 - Who is signature between Larry Dierker & Cris Cannizzaro?
Panel 3 - Who is signature on top, above Grant Jackson?
Panel 2 - Who is "Dave" between Bob Gibson & Bill Singer?

My close friend was ass't clubhouse manager on visiting side. He got ball signed and gave it to me.

All players on NL roster are identified, and on the ball, except Cleon Jones, McCovey, Phil Niekro & Glen Beckert. None of those autographs match up with my 3 unidentified signatures with exception of McCovey being the one above Grant Jackson. Dave Bristol as a coach and is on the ball, so it isn't him. "Dave" looks like Dave Concepcion but his rookie season was 1970.

Please solve my 50 year old mystery!!

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Old 01-01-2019, 08:27 PM
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Niekro is on panel 1
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Old 01-01-2019, 09:33 PM
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Thank you!

Any thoughts on other two?
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Old 01-02-2019, 01:59 AM
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The only one I can come up with for the Dave, is Dave Bristol. He was the Reds' manager in 1969, so he could have been a coach on the AS Team.


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I was also going to say Dave Bristol, but it looks like he's on the bottom of the ball in that photo.

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That really, really looks like Dave Ricketts. Ricketts was the Cardinals backup catcher at the time. Obviously wasnt an All Star but wonder if he was a bullpen catcher for the game since Schoendienst was the manager.
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Jim, great call on Ricketts. That sure looks like his sig to me.
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Mike Ryan is the last one in question.
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Old 01-02-2019, 01:20 PM
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Interesting that Mike Ryan was on there as he doesnt show up on the roster or baseball ref as ever being an all star. Not sure of the connection but I found the linked article that has a picture of him in the bullpen so guess he was similar to Ricketts.
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