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Old 06-22-2016, 09:07 PM
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Still waiting to hear from an "ear guy".
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Old 06-22-2016, 10:56 PM
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Perplexing. The dugout cover says "Adium" which made me think "Latin? Must be Rome, they do worship baseball in Italy". But then right next to that, there is something written in Chinese? So maybe Beijing, they also love baseball in China. San Manuel is on a sign in the outfield, so Mexico? But there, right there, it says Fly Emirates. But it can't be the UAE, no beer there, so how to explain the Budweiser sign? I know I have seen that stadium somewhere, but since I have been in everyone of those places, including this very stadium, I just can't figure out which one it was. Sorry, Frank, I really tried.
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I'm pretty sure that the first photo is a still from Field of Dreams 2, while the second photo depicts a contemporary Lilliputian.
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I recently acquired this RDP (Real Digital Photo) and autograph.

I need help with both the identification of the stadium and authenticity of the Kershaw auto.

The stadium looks like Dodger Stadium, but the presence of Jackie Robinson bothers me, as he retired when the Dodgers were still in Brooklyn and never played in Chavez Ravine. Of course there was advertising on the outfield walls at Ebbets Field as there is in this photo. I seem to remember though that Dodger Stadium had no advertising on the outfield walls back in the eighties. I am posting here because I have no expertise in the evaluation of Jackie's ear in this photo. Could this be an imposter? Please help.

The Kershaw auto is readily identified by the printed text, but both the ball and the auto just don't seem right. The texture of the ball is too smooth and it seems somewhat inflated. I have also never seen a Sharpie large enough to render an autograph that size, and if one exists could Kershaw wield it. I'm going with no good on the auto.

(Expecting to hear from Ullman in minutes that this thread is posted in the wrong section.)
Frank,

I believe that is a lady of asian decent packing one of Kershaw's balls
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