The second incarnation of the Washington Senators lasted from 1961 to 1971 and was highlighted by Teddy Ballgame at the helm. Following this swan-song season, the Senators became the Texas Rangers and Washington D.C. was team-less for the next 33 years, until the Expos-turned-Nationals came to town. The clean, creamy-white OAL (Cronin) ball features blue-ink "7-9" signatures and bold stampings.
Sweet Spot: Ted Williams, Elliott Maddox.
North Panel: Bernie Allen, Del Unser, Horacio Pina, Dick Bosman, Jackie Brown, Tim Cullen, Jim Shellenback.
South Panel: Pete Broberg, Larry Bittner, Wayne Terwilliger, Paul Lindblad, Joe Camacho, Len Randle, Toby Harrah, Casey Cox.
West Panel: George Susce, Dave Nelson, Denny Riddleberger, Don Mincher, Frank Howard ("6"), Rich Stelmaszek.
East Panel: Gerry Janeski, Nellie Fox, Sid Hudson, Dick Billings, Joe Grzenda, one other.
Reverse Sweet Spot: Paul Casanova
Auction LOA from JSA.