MEARS Auction #172, Ends Saturday, February 4th, 2023, 10:00 PM CST W/30-Minute Rule In Effect
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For 31 seasons "Big Jim" Ksicinski served as manager of the visitors' clubhouse where is duties included headwaiter, valet, and confidant for hundreds of players and coaches, from Billy Martin to Cal Ripken Jr. His connection with the team started back in 1963.

During the Milwaukee Braves' final days at County Stadium, one day in 1963 Jim had been invited to the clubhouse by a friend who worked there. Ksicinski kept coming back, working for no pay. He was eventually hired full time to work the clubhouse. During 1964, the final year that Aaron, Mathews, and Spahn played together, a the young clubhouse man had this official Warren Giles baseball signed. The ball was removed from the Milwaukee Braves dugout, making the ball itself a part of team history. Each of three Braves icon signed this ball and personalized it, “to Jim”. Near mint, period sign baseball of these three legends. (70T0433)

(JSA Auction Letter)
1964 BIG THREE Hank Aaron Eddie Mathews Warren Spahn Milwaukee Braves Signed & Inscribed ONL Giles Baseball (JSA) "From the Collection of Big Jim Ksicinski"
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Minimum Bid: $150
Final prices include buyers premium.: $533
Number Bids:18
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