Guy Harris "Doc" White (dec. 1969) was a pitcher for the Philadelphia Phillies and Chicago White Sox from 1901 to 1913. White won at least 16 games and his ERA was in the league's top four each year from 1906 to 1906. He led the league in ERA in 1906 with a 1.52 and went 18–6. During the same season, the White Sox won their first World Series, with White recording the first save in Series history during Game 5. The following season in 1907, he won 27 games and led the MLB in wins. One of the top pitchers of the turn of the century, White won a career 189 games. Collectors who are looking for a single-signed baseball have searched far and wide. Offered here is a single-signed vintage Reach official American League (Harridge) baseball hand signed by G. Harris (Doc) White, which includes a PSA/DNA Letter of Authenticity. This is at the very top of rarity scale for single-signed baseballs - A great addition to any collection.
Note: This item does not include an individually numbered TRISTAR Authentication hologram, only the PSA/DNA authentication.