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McDuffie (d. 1968) was known for his immense stamina as a pitcher, and he called himself "Terris the Great." In 1927, while he was playing for the Newark Eagles, McDuffie started 27 games and finished them all! In 1941, he posted a 27-5 record with the pennant-winning Homestead Grays. In three matchups against the great Satchel Paige, McDuffie took 2 of 3 games. He is considered one of the toughest Negro League autographs to obtain as he was a functional illiterate for most of his life. The one-page contract has a piece out of the lower right corner, and is in otherwise nice condition with a very strong signature. LOA from James Spence/PSA DNA.
Negro Leaguer Terrence McDuffie Signed 1952 Mariano Cuban Baseball ContractNegro Leaguer Terrence McDuffie Signed 1952 Mariano Cuban Baseball Contract
Negro Leaguer Terrence McDuffie Signed 1952 Mariano Cuban Baseball Contract
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Auction closed on: 12/15/2001