Sorry I Bet on Baseball Signed Pete Rose Ball
This authentic MLB baseball has been hand-signed by Pete Rose. This ball has been signed “I’m Sorry I Bet on Baseball.”
Includes Certificate of Authenticity and photo of signing.
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This authentic MLB baseball has been hand-signed by Pete Rose. This ball has been signed “I’m Sorry I Bet on Baseball.” Includes Certificate of Authenticity and photo of signing.
Lithograph – Jackie Robinson Steals Home 11×140 out of 5
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Donald Duck Temper Temper Golf0 out of 5
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Golf Towel – Betty Boop0 out of 5
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Mousepad – Scottish Lie0 out of 5
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