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Warren Spahn 1955 Topps #31 Milwaukee Braves Pitcher MLB Hall of Fame VG-VG/EX
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Warren Spahn, born on April 23, 1921, in Buffalo, New York, was an esteemed professional baseball pitcher widely regarded as one of the greatest left-handers in the history of the game. Spahn had a remarkable career that spanned from 1942 to 1965, primarily with the Boston and Milwaukee Braves. He was known for his exceptional control, longevity, and fierce competitive spirit. Spahn’s signature pitch was a devastating curveball, which he utilized to great effect against hitters. He achieved numerous accolades, including being a 17-time All-Star, a three-time Cy Young Award winner, and a World Series champion. In 1963, at the age of 42, Spahn became the oldest pitcher to throw a no-hitter in Major League Baseball history. His remarkable career statistics include 363 victories, the most ever by a left-handed pitcher, and 2,583 strikeouts. He was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1973.

This lot is a Warren Spahn baseball card #33 produced by Topps in 1955.

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This card has wear appropriate to its age. It has some surface scratches and small indentations. May have corner bumps and edge wear as well as light scuffs or dirt. Please review the included photos of the actual item to make a complete determination of its condition.


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