Tony Lazzeri Signed Autograph, New York Yankees Murderers Row. PSA
The New York Yankees of the 1920's dominated Major League Baseball, especially 1927 Murderers' Row. Of course, Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig received most of the fanfare (deservedly so), but second baseman Tony Lazzeri was one an integral park of that early Yankee dynasty. In fact, shortstp Mark Koenig believed that Lazzeri was the most important member of the team!
Lazzeri passed away in 1946 but wasn't elected to the Hall of Fame until 1991, thereby resulting in the scarcity of his signature today. Offered here is a gorgeous autograph featured in bold, black ink on a vintage album page - comes with a Letter of Authenticity from PSA.