Cy Young 1944 Handwritten Signed Autographed Letter- PSA/DNA

One-page handwritten letter, dated December 23, 1944, signed by Hall of Fame pitcher Cy Young. In his letter, scripted in blue ink on a plain sheet of unlined paper, Young writes to a "Dr. Turner" and explains that attending a party in early January will be difficult because he is having trouble with his knee. In part: "I am using a cane. It has failed to come around, had it xrayed [sic] shows o.k., so I am badly handicapped with a cane. However if you have your party some time later part of Jan. I will try and be there." It is signed "Cy Young," with both the signature and text grading "9" overall. The letter (7.25 x 10.25 inches) displays one vertical and two horizontal folds, along with an area of linear discoloration along the bottom fold near the base. A few other light creases and small edge tear along the upper left. border are also evident. In Very Good condition overall. Full LOA from PSA/DNA.