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    Posted 9 years ago

    NJScott
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    This is special ball. Babe Ruth became Brooklyn's 1st base coach, the year lights were added to Ebbet's Field. He and all the dodgers signed it (Leo Durocher most notably). Is there anyway to keep it from fading?!

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    1. penguins_sid_geno, 9 years ago
      Keep the baseball out of any direct sunlight and when handled only pickup where the baseball is sewn together.
    2. WhereTheyAint.com WhereTheyAint.com, 9 years ago
      put it in a plastic case or wrap it up in tissue paper
    3. BeatleJim55 BeatleJim55, 9 years ago
      Keep it away from direct sunlight...COOL ITEM!!!

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