Dixie Walker Rare 1955 Single Signed Baseball. PSA/LOA
Dixie Walker started his career off as the heir to Babe Ruth in the New York Yankee outfield, donning the pinstripes from 1933-1936. Walker did not hit his stride until 1939 when he joined the Brooklyn Dodgers, where he was named an All-Star five consecutive times between 1943 and 1947. In addition, he was named the NL batting champion in 1944 with a .357 batting average. Over his 18-year career, Walker's batting average was an impressive .306, and he also belted out 105 homers and knocked in 1,023 RBI's.
Walker passed away in 1982, meaning he never attended any memorabilia events, so this baseball is incredibly rare and there are only a few known to exist!
This single signed baseball comes with a Letter of Authenticity from PSA.