The new look 1964 Washington Senators did not fair much better than their predecessors finishing next to last in the American League. The second coming of the Senators never really took off but there were still loyal fans following the boys of summer. Presented is a stellar 1964 Washington Senators team signed baseball with thirty signatures. The blue and black ink signatures include manager Gil Hodges (d.1972, “8-9”), Willie Kirkland, Don Rudolph (d.1968, “8”), Roy Sievers and Sid Hudson. The signatures fall in the (“7-9”) range and the official Senators baseball grades an (“8”). For a complete list of the signatories, please visit our website. COA from James Spence Authentications.
Sweet Spot:Gil Hodges (d.1972);
North Panel: Chuck Hinton, Claude Osteen, Hobie Landrith, Frank Kreutzer, Jim Hannan, Don Lock;
South Panel: Mike Brumley, John Kennedy, Don Blasingame (d.2005), Joe Cunningham, Jim Duckworth, Ben Daniels, Ron Kline (d.2002):
Reverse Sweet Spot:Ed Yost and Chuck Cottier:
East Panel: Roy Sievers, George C. Susce (coach, d.1986), Buster Narum (d.2004), Jimmy King, Dave Stenhouse, Sid Hudson, one unidentified;
West Panel: Steve Ridzik, Ed Brickman, Fred Valentine, Willie Kirkland, Dick Phillips (d.1998), Don Rudolph (d.1968) and Don Leppert.