Dazzy Vance was a pitcher who roamed the hill for the Brooklyn Dodgers and New York Yankees, starting in 1915, and ending is Hall of Fame career in 1934. In 1924, after earning the pitching Triple Crown, he was named the National League MVP. Vance, the only pitcher in history to lead the NL in strikeouts 7 consecutive seasons, was a 2-time MLB Wins Leader and 3-time NL ERA leader. He also threw a no-hitter on September 13, 1925. Vance was enshrined into the Hall of Fame in 1955, and passed away just a few years later in 1961. Finding single-signed baseballs of Hall of Famers from this era can be difficult, and finding one of Vance in any condition is a colossal task. The baseball offered here is a rare vintage Macy's Special League baseball signed by A.C. “Dazzy” Vance. The signature is guaranteed authentic, and includes a PSA/DNA Letter of Authenticity. For the single-signed baseball collector of Dodgers, Yankees, or Hall of Famers, your search is over.