- No products in the cart.
Enos Slaughter, born on April 27, 1916, in Roxboro, North Carolina, was a skilled and determined professional baseball player known for his exceptional hustle and aggressive playing style. Slaughter spent the majority of his career with the St. Louis Cardinals from 1938 to 1953 and later played for the New York Yankees. He was an outfielder known for his speed, strong arm, and clutch hitting. Slaughter’s most memorable moment came during the 1946 World Series when he executed his famous “Mad Dash” from first base to score the winning run in Game 7. He was a ten-time All-Star and played a key role in the Cardinals’ championship teams of the 1940s. Slaughter’s hustle and all-out effort on the field made him a fan favorite and earned him the nickname “Country.” He was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1985.
This lot is an Enos Slaughter baseball card #62 produced by Bowman in 1954.
If the title includes a reference to condition, it is based on the same standards of grading as the professional grading companies. If the condition is shown as a range, we are saying that, in our opinion, the card would receive a grade somewhere within that range.
This card has wear appropriate to its age. May have corner bumps, edge wear, scuffs, stains, or smudges. Please review the included photos of the actual item to make a complete determination of its condition.