The Cincinnati Reds success is duly noted in triplicate with this lot of (3) championship team signed balls. Featured are examples from the Reds NL pennant winning season of 1961 and and back-to-back World Series champions of 1975 and 1976. Propelled by devastating battalions of sluggers, top flight managing and pitching corps that were just good enough, these triumphant teams represent some of the finest campaigns in the Reds lengthy history. Auction LOA from JSA.
1961 NL Pennant winners ONL/Giles ball (EX) signed by (26) with average ("4" to "6") potency, with: sweet spot: Fred Hutchinson; north panel: Eddie Kasko, Bob Purkey, Claude Osteen, Reggie Otero, Joey Jay; south panel: Willie Jones, Wally Post, Gus Bell, Frank Robinson, Jim Baumer, Jerry Lynch; east panel: Marshall Bridges, Howie Nunn, Jim Maloney, (2) undetermined, Ed Bailey, Ken Hunt; west panel: undetermined, Jim Brosnan, Harry Anderson, Jay Hook, Bill Henry, Gordy Coleman, undetermined
1975 World Series champions ONL/Feeney ball (EX-MT) signed by (29) with average ("5" to "7") potency, with a few better, with: sweet spot: Sparky Anderson; north panel: John Vukovich, Clay Kirby, Darrell Chaney, Pedro Borbon, Pat Darcy, Dan Driessen, Jack Billingham; south panel: Johnny Bench, Doug Flynn, Pete Rose, Ted Kluszewski, Clay Carroll, Dave Concepcion, Ken Griffey, Joe Morgan; east panel: Ed Armbrister, Merv Rettenmund, George Scherger, Gary Nolan, Will McEnaney; west panel: Tony Perez, Fred Norman, Larry Shepard, Bill Plummer, George Foster, Alex Grammas, Terry Crowley; label: Cesar Geronimo
1976 World Series champions ONL/Feeney ball (EX-MT) signed by (28) with average ("5" to "7") potency, with: sweet spot Sparky Anderson, Ted Kluszewski; north panel: Don Gullett, George Foster, Rawly Eastwick, Dan Driessen, Gary Nolan, Mike Lum; south panel: Joe Morgan, Ken Griffey, Ed Armbrister, Will McEnaney, Cesar Geronimo, Pat Zachry, Johnny Bench; east panel: Pedro Borbon, Santo Alcala, Russ Nixon, Dave Concepcion, Bill Bailey, Manny Sarmiento; west panel: Jack Billingham, Bill Plummer, Fred Norman, George Scherger, Larry Shepard, Joel Youngblood, Tony Perez