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Joe Pignatano
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Joe Pignatano
150 78th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11209-2914
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150 78th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11209-2914

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Joe Pignatano - Former Brooklyn Dodger - Success - December 8th, 2011

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Joe Pignatano success - June 1st, 2011
Sent old Topps card in toploader, short note and SASE to Joe Pignatano at: 150 78th St. Brooklyn, NY 11209 Sent on April 25th, 2011. Received back on May 31st, 2011 in SASE. Card was undamaged in toploader. Signed in blue sharpie. Joe Pignatano was a catcher for several teams in from '57 to '62. Upon retirement he became a bullpen coach and was known for growing a vegetable garden in the bullpen.

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