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Preacher Roe #14 Topps 1954 Brooklyn Dodgers Pitcher MLB Baseball VG-VG/EX
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Preacher Roe, born on February 26, 1916, in Ash Flat, Arkansas, was a professional baseball player who had a successful career as a pitcher in Major League Baseball (MLB). Roe played for multiple teams during his career, but he is best known for his time with the Brooklyn Dodgers from 1948 to 1954. Roe was a crafty left-handed pitcher who relied on finesse and control rather than overpowering velocity. His signature pitch, the “Eephus pitch,” was a slow, high-arcing curveball that baffled hitters. Roe’s exceptional control allowed him to keep batters off balance and generate weak contact. He played a key role in the Dodgers’ success, helping them win the National League pennant in 1949, 1952, and 1953. Roe was a four-time All-Star and finished in the top five in Cy Young Award voting twice. This lot is a Preacher Roe baseball card #14 produced by Topps 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. It has some significant edge wear. May have corner bumps, scuffs, smudges, scratches, and edge wear. Please review the included photos of the actual item to make a complete determination of its condition.


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