Swing your way into the Negro Leagues branch of collectible autographs with this significant multi-signed bat. Titled “Heroes of the Negro Leagues 1920-1955”, this like-new Louisville Slugger is covered with approximately (100) signatures, making a fine representative of the bygone segregated leagues. Signatures range in quality from (“8” to “9-10”). Full photo LOA from JSA.
Geroge Altman, Bill Barnaby, Gene Benson, Dennie Biddle, Charlie Biot, Joe Black, Garnett E. Blair, Lyman Bostock Jr., Sherwood Brewer, Bill "Ready" Cash, Jim Cohen, Col. Jimmie Crutchfield, Ray Dandridge, Paul Davis, Leon Day, Jimmy Dean, Carl Dent, Larry Doby, Harold Gouds, Mahlon Duckett, James Dudley, Mel Duncan, Joe Dunham, Frank Evans, Rodolfo Fernandez, Wilmer Fields. Jose A. Figueroa, Joe Fillmore, Josh Gibson Jr., Stanley Glenn, Chester Gray, Nap Gulley, Pee Wee Gundry, Perry Hall, Wilmer Harris, Bob Harvey, Bert Haywood, Jay Heard, Gordon "Hoppy" Hopkins, Cowan Hyde, Monte Irvin, Martin Jackson, Connie Johnson, Josh Johnson, "Peanuts" Johnson, Sweet Lou Johnson, Casey Jones, Cecil Kaiser, Larry Kimbrough, Jim Lamarque, Buck Leonard, Rufus Lewis, Lester Lockett, Norman Lumman, Max Manning, Fran Matthews, Bob Mitchell, Red Moore, Emilio "Millito" Navarro, Ray Noble, Buck O'Neil, Ernest Oswald, Frank "Wahoo" Pearson, Art "Superman" Pennington, Willie Pope, Merle Porter, Double Duty Radcliffe, Charlie Rivera, Earl Robinson, William "Bobby" Robinson, Joe Scott, Robert Scott, Bert Simmons, Gene Smith, Art Stein, Ron Teasley, Quincy Trouppe, Armando Vazquez, Edsall Walker, Eugene William, Walter Williams, Willie "Curly" Williams, Jim Wilkes, Al Wilmore, Artie Wilson, Bill Wright, Bill Zapp.