I got my 61st TTM success when I got home from work yesterday. I would have posted it then, but I had been up since 4AM, so I decided to be lazy and put it off a day.
Bill Virdon (b. 1931) played for the St. Louis Cardinals and Pittsburgh Pirates from 1955 to 1965 and 1968 amassing 1,596 hits, 91 home runs and a .267 batting average. He won the World Series with the Pirates in 1960 and also took home the 1955 NL Rookie of the Year award.
I mailed to Virdon on June 13, 2012 and got my ball back signed yesterday, June 20, 2012. That made him a 7-day TAT. He signed the ball for free.
I've gotten several signed balls from members of the 1960 World Series Champion Pirates: Dick Groat, Vern Law, Bob Skinner and Bill Virdon as TTM successes, and Bill Mazeroski as one of my Hall of Fame signed baseballs (got that one in a trade, along with Don Drysdale for a 3 piece, auto Albert Pujols card). I also have Virgil Trucks, of course, who was one of the coaches for that team.