The first page of a Bible was autographed by members of the 1953 Pittsburgh Pirates. Closeups of the signatures of catcher Joe Garagiola and Hall of Fame outfielder Ralph Kiner appear at right. Branch Rickey owned the Bible and was GM of the team.
The first page of a Bible was autographed by members of the 1953 Pittsburgh Pirates. Closeups of the signatures of catcher Joe Garagiola and Hall of Fame outfielder Ralph Kiner appear at right. Branch Rickey owned the Bible and was GM of the team. MCT
The first page of a Bible was autographed by members of the 1953 Pittsburgh Pirates. Closeups of the signatures of catcher Joe Garagiola and Hall of Fame outfielder Ralph Kiner appear at right. Branch Rickey owned the Bible and was GM of the team. MCT

Baseball mystery: How did Bible with players' signatures end up in library bin?

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