Note: It should be mentioned that this ball has a thin layer of shellac applied to the baseball. A new LOA from JSA will accompany with the correction.
The storied 1930 Philadelphia Athletics won the World Series after an impressive 102-52 season and lethal slugging totals from Foxx (37 HR, 156 RBI) and Simmons (36 HR, 165 RBI). Presented is a 1930 World Champion Philadelphia Athletics OAL Barnard baseball in EX-MT to NM condition with (16) signatures of average (“7-8”) potency. The ball is dated “6/30/30” on the sweet spot, a day in which the A’s won 3-1 over the Tigers behind Jimmy Foxx’s two-run triple in the eighth inning. Signatures Include: Sweet Spot: Cochrane (d.1962), Earnshaw; North Panel: Bishop (d.1962), Simmons (tough signature; d.1956), Foxx (d.1967), Cramer, Williams; South Panel: Haas (d.1974), Quinn (d.1946, only player in both T206 and Goudey sets), Mahaffey (d.1969); West Panel: Collins (d.1951), Walberg and East Panel: Dykes, Gleason (d.1933), Boley (d.1962), Schang (d.1965). Comes with a full photo LOA from JSA. More on website
The JSA LOA lists a total of (22) signatures accounting for the six clubhouse signatures: Grove, Mack, McNair, Miller, Perkins and Rommel.