Bob Neal Cleveland Indians and Cleveland Browns Radio/TV broadcaster Signed Baseball

Bob Neal (D. 1983) was the Cleveland Indians radio broadcaster from 1957-61 and again from 1965-72.  He was their TV broadcaster from 1952-53 and again from 1962-64.  He was also the first broadcaster (radio and tv) in Cleveland Browns history; starting in 1946 through 1951.  He handled the 1954 Orange Bowl game for CBS television, 1955 and 1956 World Series for Mutual radio and the 1957 World Series for NBC radio.

Offered is a Southern League (minor league baseball with Sam Smith president on the ball circa 1964-71).  There are two other signatures on the ball including Herb Score (faint) and one unknown.  Displays as a single signed baseball.

We’ve never seen another.  Super Rare! Comes with an additional JSA auction COA.



Item: 12139

Price: $149.00
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Bob Neal Cleveland Indians and Cleveland Browns Radio/TV broadcaster Signed Baseball