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  • hellborn
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    Originally posted by zookeeperlv


    Hello, thanks in advance for any help identifying this signed baseball. Two shots (same ball) at the following Photobucket address:

    http://i36.photobucket.com/albums/e2...lv/KFball2.jpg

    http://i36.photobucket.com/albums/e2...v/8a1e9a47.jpg

    Best wishes and go BoSox!

    KC
    Was there a player named Karl Spangler??
    Or am I just losing it??

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  • zookeeperlv
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    Yes, maybe KF....also seems like there's a dotted letter in both first and last names. And that the last name might end with "gh". Famous people should take penmenship classes!

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  • Captain Cold Nose
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    I was thinking perhaps Kal Daniels, but there would be no reason for the tail on the last name.

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  • Zito75
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    No problem- I have over 700 autos and couldn't find anything even close. There aren't many "KS" players out there. For all I know, your ball might be a "KF" or something. Interesting...

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  • zookeeperlv
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    Thanks for your replies....it's a tricky one to ID! Thanks Zito for your extra effort, and let me know if you find a ringer. I appreciate all your help!

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  • Zito75
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    It's none of the above mentioned players... I'll look through my collection and see if I can match it up. If I had to guess, it was signed fairly recently since the sharpie ink fades and you can see traces of yellow on the edges of the signature after a few years. I'd be willing to bet the ball was signed by a minor leaguer, but I've been wrong before.

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  • Ex-Expo fan
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    Kenny Lofton maybe?

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  • RuthMayBond
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    Originally posted by zookeeperlv
    Hi, not much additional info. It was gifted to me with another ball, signed by Tom Lasorda, by the owner of a B&B I was staying at who wasn't a baseball fan. I watch the Dodgers west coast and BoSox east coast, so had expressed interest and he gave them both to me. They were ea in acrylic ball cases and he said they were left behind by a previous guest, in the last year. Another person suspected Kazuhiro Sasaki.....dunno.
    Actually, that's probably a much better guess than mine

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  • zookeeperlv
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    Hi, not much additional info. It was gifted to me with another ball, signed by Tom Lasorda, by the owner of a B&B I was staying at who wasn't a baseball fan. I watch the Dodgers west coast and BoSox east coast, so had expressed interest and he gave them both to me. They were ea in acrylic ball cases and he said they were left behind by a previous guest, in the last year. Another person suspected Kazuhiro Sasaki.....dunno.

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  • RuthMayBond
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    Kenneth Singleton?
    Karl Spooner?
    Any more info about the ball, when, where?

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  • zookeeperlv
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    Help to ID a signed baseball



    Hello, thanks in advance for any help identifying this signed baseball. Two shots (same ball) at the following Photobucket address:

    http://i36.photobucket.com/albums/e2...lv/KFball2.jpg

    http://i36.photobucket.com/albums/e2...v/8a1e9a47.jpg

    Best wishes and go BoSox!

    KC

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